VLS Workshop "What's for Dinner? The cost and value of food for communities" with Karen Washington

29 Nov 2016

VLS Workshop "What's for Dinner? The cost and value of food for communities" with Karen Washington

9:30am

Hoff Lounge

Hoff Lounge

​Be sure to join the Center for Agriculture and Food Systems as we present an interactive workshop, "What's for Dinner? The cost and value of food for communities", hosted by food justice activist Karen Washington and our own Francine Miller, LLM.


The workshop will take place on Tuesday, November 29 at 2:30 PM in Hoff Lounge. RSVP by sending a quick email to Lihlani Skipper.


You can also meet and engage with Ms. Washington at the following events on November 29:

  • Meet and greet with Karen Washington hosted by the Food and Agricultural Law Society at 5:00 PM in the Chase Center
  • Lecture: "The Colorization of our Food System", emphasizes on the need for diversity in food activism and how to be a part of the solution in our current food climate at 5:30 PM in Chase Center

Questions? Concerns? Contact Lihlani Skipper at lskipper@vermontlaw.edu