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Friday, February 3 • 11:10am - 12:30pm
Local food, farms, and home vegetable stands: How to buy & sell local bounty

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Learn about the many benefits and opportunities to buy and grow food locally. Enjoy presentations from "The Shed" - Boulder County Foodshed and the Edible Landscapes Coalition, Local Food Shift discussing the importance of a local food system and opportunities to join local CSAs, and Elizabeth Black speaking about the Cottage Foods industry and growing local food for sale.

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Elizabeth Black

Owner, Your neighborhood Christmas Tree Farm
Elizabeth Black lives in North Boulder with her husband Chris Brown, where she paints western landscapes and grows trees and vegetables on her teeny farm. She sells honey from her hives, jam she makes, and vegetables that she grows, from a small stand at her home. Elizabeth was instrumental in getting Boulder's Cottage Food Ordinance passed, which allows residents to sell produce and permitted cottage foods from their homes within the City. She... Read More →

Lynette Marie Hanthorn

Local Food Shift

Micah Parkin

350 Boulder County
Micah Parkin is a founder and Executive Director of 350 Colorado. 350 Colorado is affiliated with the global 350.org climate movement and is working locally to help build the grassroots movement to solve the climate crisis and transition to a sustainable future. Micah has 20+ years of experience as a climate and clean energy advocate, community leader and organizer, and nonprofit director - first in... Read More →

Tim Plass

Boulder City Council
Tim Plass served as a member of the Boulder City Council from 2012-2016 and made a priority of promoting local food. A founder of Making Local Food Work, Tim believes that bringing key players in a foodshed together is critical for success in raising awareness and creating positive change in our food system. A 30-year resident of Boulder, Tim served on the city’s Landmarks Board and Planning Board before being elected to the City Council. He... Read More →

Friday February 3, 2017 11:10am - 12:30pm
N128 University of Colorado Sustainability, Energy and Environment Complex (SEEC), 4001 Discovery Drive, Boulder, CO 80303

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