If you grow food—whether you have a large farm, a small farm, a ranch, or a garden— we want to hear from you!
The MYTH of the family farm and the REALITY of the community food shed – Part 2(Please RSVP for your location to email@example.com so we can plan materials and seating. Please bring your own lunch.)Regenerating the Food Web Commons
A year ago we engaged attendees in Linn, Benton, and Lincoln counties in conversations about securing locally owned food land for continued production. After considering all we learned there is more to discuss:February 6 – Brownsville City Hall community room; 255 N. Main Street. 11am – 2pmFebruary 27 – Sweet Home Methodist Church; 856 6th Avenue, Sweet Home. 11am – 2pmTEN RIVERS FOOD WEB in partnership with Lazar Foundation invites your participation in these community forums to engage in the development of a Community Food Land Trust Network: Localized 501(c)2 groups identifying food land that might benefit from being a part of the TEN RIVERS FOOD WEB 501(c)3 Trust Network which provides assistance through Easements, Food Web Services (LLC)and resources for preserving various forms of private ownership.ANYONE WITH FOOD PRODUCTION LAND IS WELCOME INCLUDING FARMS, MARKET GARDENS, AND HOMESTEADSand Anyone looking for affordable food land(PLEASE RSVP for your location to firstname.lastname@example.org so we can plan materials and seating. Please bring your own lunch)
Please mark your calendar and use on of the below links to register for a Ten Rivers Food Web Designing the Food Web convening. Please note, you are welcome to attend any one of our convenings, regardless of the county you live or grow food in. We need your help to create the strongest local food system possible!
For more information, or to register by phone, please contact Lyn: email@example.com