Lansing, Michigan – Registration is now open for the 2012 Michigan Good Food Summit!
Michigan Good Food is a state policy initiative centered on “good food” – food that is healthy, green, fair and affordable – and moving towards a more Michigan-based food system.
The 2012 summit will include:
- A report on where we’ve come since 2010,
- Success stories from across the state,
- You’re choice of one of seven action-oriented breakout sessions and
- Sharing of tools and resources throughout the day.
Who Should Attend?
- People who grow, produce, process, distribute, market, prepare or eat food.
- People connected to the food industry, public health, economic development, planning, school food, environmental protection, the media, agriscience education, or state and local governance.
- People who want to support good food in Michigan.
The 2012 Michigan Good Food Summit provides an opportunity to network, hear success stories and work with others to advance a food system based on good food – food that is healthy, green, fair and affordable.
The agenda for June 14, 2012 starts at the Lansing Center with coffee and networking time at 8:15am then welcome and opening remarks at 9:00am. The day will close with breakout groups reporting out through 4:30pm, followed by open-network time until 5:15pm.
For more information, click HERE or contact Kathryn J. A. Colasanti, Center for Regional Food Systems (formerly C.S. Mott Group for Sustainable Food Systems), CARRS Department, Michigan State University, 517.353.0642, email@example.com
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