Feb 11, 2019
Keeping our local farms intact and productive is in everyone’s best interest, but it takes much more than just shopping at the farmers market. Creating, nurturing and growing local agriculture will be explored at the Foodshed Forum in Colorado Springs February 22-23, 2019. In this episode of Peak Environment, co-producer Ellen Johnson-Fay discusses the forum with Sean Svette, Asst. Manager of the SWELL program at UCCS.
“This is about making really nutritious food available to everyone,” Ellen reminds us. “And it’s possible!” Highlights of the Forum will include an address by Rebecca Jewett of the Palmer Land Trust. LiveWell Colorado is a funding partner in this year’s Foodshed Forum.
For more information about the forum, including registration, email Sean Svette. Also, if you’d like Ellen Johnson-Fay to start emailing local food information to you, send an email to her.
This episode of Peak Environment is courtesy of the Green Cities Coalition, communicating the promise of embracing sustainable actions in our environment and with one another. We strive to collaborate in positive ways and create partnerships with other people and organizations inside and outside of the sustainability community.
Ultimately, our goal is to celebrate with you the achievements of those who contribute to the preservation and health of our local natural and human environments. We invite you to Communicate, Collaborate and Celebrate all things sustainable with us! More information at www.greencitiescoalition.net
Join us at our next Green Drinks
Thursday, February 28, 2019, 5:30-7:30 pm
Sweet Elizabeth’s Organics
1625 W. Uintah Ave.
(in the Mountain Mama Shopping Center)
TOGETHER, WE CAN GREEN THE REGION!