2021 ISU Community Food Systems virtual event is February 12
Registration deadline extended to Feb. 10
The 7th Annual ISU Community Food Systems Event takes place VIRTUALLY via Zoom on Friday, February 12, 2021 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Register for the conference here. Cost is $20 and registration has been extended to Feb. 10. Plan to attend, as sessions will not be archived!
Breakouts: Two afternoon breakout sessions will cover three topics: business and organizational tools, community food access and minority-owned business strategies. Presentations will include:
Closing: The closing keynote features Deborah Tropp, a food business consultant who spent 26 years with USDA's Agricultural Marketing Service. Her presentation is titled "Local Food Markets: Business Development Opportunities and Leadership." The conference's final session from FFED's food systems team lead Courtney Long will give an overview of a new resource for food systems practitioners, the Food Systems Practitioner and Education Resource Database.Need more information? Contact Bre Miller at firstname.lastname@example.org. #CFS21
The mission of the Iowa State University Extension and Outreach Farm, Food and Enterprise Development Program is to support value-added agriculture enterprises, businesses, and regional food systems through research, education and community engagement.