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Event Details — Houston Food Policy Workgroup Monthly Meeting

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The mission of the Houston Food Policy Workgroup is to nurture the growth of a sustainable local food system, accessible to all, through education, collaboration, communication, and creation of a food policy council for the Houston region.

The Houston Food Policy Workgroup is a voluntary group open to the public, but generally populated with leaders from many diverse organizations in the Houston region working on food issues. The group meets to discuss and encourage the advancement of local food production and consumption, and has begun to take on projects to work towards the functions stated in the mission statement. This group depends on the varied areas of expertise of its members, which allows the group to successfully move forward in its endeavors.

The Houston Food Policy Workgroup meets at the Upper Kirby District (3015 Richmond) at 11:30 on the second Wednesday of each month. All are welcome. .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

When

July 09, 2014
11:30AM for 1.5 hrs

Where

Upper Kirby Building, 3015 Richmond

Cost

$Free

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