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COA Summer Institute: Food Access ≠ Food Equity
July 28 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Farmers Amber Tamm and Clara Coleman discuss farmer and chef collaboration and food access with chef Anochi Odinga as part of College of the Atlantic’s 2021 Summer Institute: Good Food and Food Fights.
Farmer Amber Tamm and community chef Anochi Odinga spent the last year making thousands of meals for vigils, protests and gatherings to make sure their community was well fed while fighting for the justice they need. Joined by Clara Coleman of Four Season Farm, they discuss the future of this farmer and chef collaboration, highlighting the possibilities and challenges to ensuring that regenerative organic food is able to reach those who need it most.
College of the Atlantic’s Summer Institute is a week-long ideas festival that welcomes leaders from around the world to share their expertise and thoughts on the most pressing issues of our time. This year’s theme is Good Food and Food Fights. During the week, we will explore all aspects of food — production, policy, climate change, food justice, hunger, organics, nutrition and the joy of eating and cooking.
All events are free and open to the public, but registration is required. Please note that there is an option to join in person or virtually for every session.
Please email Wes Norton or call 801-5627 for more information.
- July 28
11:00 am - 12:00 pm
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