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NYC 🐌 : good, clean, fair food . Support our work w/NYC kids, donate to Urban Harvest+Ujima Farm 💸
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Slow Food NYC Dec 6
may be over, but don’t worry - you can still show your support for good, clean, fair food! Help us raise critical funds needed to continue our work. Link in bio!
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350Brooklyn Dec 1
The Green New Meal: The Food-Climate Connection - Join us Wed Dec 11 for our 4th at the Bklyn Public Library
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Food Tank Nov 17
“Our food system is broken. Some people don’t have enough food, while others are eating too much.” - in .
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Tiffany Stecker Nov 2
. says is working on a yearlong investigation on the impacts of the livestock industry
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Grace Flaherty Nov 2
Panel on food storytelling moderated by our very own from , in conversation with and . A delightful discussion, as expected.
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Larissa Zimberoff Nov 1
“To get free we have to feed ourselves,” . I hope one day Leah Penniman (who 👊🏼) also gets to talk about soil health and butterflies. you 👊🏼 too.
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Emergence Magazine Oct 29
“The Earth is not simply a commodity, a natural resource, or the environment in which we live, but the Earth...is a divine being, a spirit.”—Leah Penniman shares about her work at in this profile piece for our Food issue by .
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Slow Food NYC Nov 2
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Corby Kummer Nov 1
. just brilliantly showcased @leahpenniman at . Find it on livestream or look at her terrific appearance :
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Food Tank Nov 1
Just like the Constitution says that everyone has the right to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness, I think human beings have the right to food that is healthy, local and grown without chemicals. -. Summit. Watch live:
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Alessandra Biaggi Nov 2
Thank you for inviting me to participate in this year’s summit. It was a great opportunity to have an open conversation about how we can bring a holistic lens to building food policy in NYC, and expand accessibility across all 5 boroughs 🍎
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Rafael L Espinal Jr. Nov 2
Talking food policy with this morning. We have an education and access problem. I’m working on some innovative solutions by funding programs like to teach our kids to eat better, and protecting and expanding community gardens and urban agriculture.
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WSCAH Nov 2
Great hearing pushing change here at today. let’s make fresh produce forward! for all!
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Justine Lee Nov 2
Great to hear what health and food initiatives the boroughs are championing and funding. Lots of creativity and ingenuity at a grassroots level, happening despite govt constraints. Thank you
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Tyler Mayoras Ⓥ Nov 2
Eric Adams is a force of nature. Reversed his Type 2 diabetes in 3 wks on whole food diet, led removal of processed meats from schools, brought meatless Monday to Brooklyn schools. Way to go !
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Slow Food NYC Nov 2
Over the course of these two days, many many shoutouts from the stage for the great local work being done by our friends Wellness in the Schools and Steve Ritz Green Bronx Machine
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Brad McNamara Nov 2
. “every school should be growing using hydroponics on site”. Inspiring leadership on local, engagement, healthy living. we’re with you, agree and want to make that vision a reality!
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Food Tank Nov 2
“Access to healthy food is actually healthcare” -
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Grace Flaherty Nov 2
Loved hearing speak about improving school meals at today's , especially after writing in support of his processed meat resolution last year
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HarvestPlus Nov 2
The Bronx’s brings the double burden home: “how can my borough be the hungriest and also the highest obesity rate?”
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