Library EventECO Book Discussion: Making Local Food Work - the challenges and opportunities of today's small farmers

Saturday, June 19, 2021 - 4:00pm to 5:00pm

06/19/2021 4:00pm 06/19/2021 5:00pm ECO Book Discussion: Making Local Food Work - the challenges and opportunities of today's small farmers Join Green Iowa AmeriCorps and the Iowa City Public Library for a discussion of Making Local Food Work - the challenges and opportunities of today's small farmers by Brandi Janssen. When it comes to local food, it takes more than "knowing your farmer." Brandi Janssen takes on some of the myths about how the local food system works and what it needs to thrive... By listening to and working alongside people trying to build a local food system in Iowa, Janssen uncovers the complex realities of making it work. Copies of Making Local Food Work are available from the Iowa City Public Library and through interlibrary loan. Registration is required to receive the zoom details for this event. This event is open to all. Iowa City Public Library Iowa City Public Library America/Chicago public

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Join Green Iowa AmeriCorps and the Iowa City Public Library for a discussion of Making Local Food Work - the challenges and opportunities of today's small farmers by Brandi Janssen.

When it comes to local food, it takes more than "knowing your farmer." Brandi Janssen takes on some of the myths about how the local food system works and what it needs to thrive... By listening to and working alongside people trying to build a local food system in Iowa, Janssen uncovers the complex realities of making it work.

Copies of Making Local Food Work are available from the Iowa City Public Library and through interlibrary loan.

Registration is required to receive the zoom details for this event. This event is open to all.

This event is open to the public.

Cosponsor

Cosponsor Organization: Green Iowa AmeriCorps of Iowa City; Iowa City/Johnson County Senior Center

Cosponsor Name: Megan Hill

Cosponsor Phone: 319-339-5399