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Please join us Tuesday, March 19, 7:00 p.m. at the United Crescent Hill Ministries building, 150 State St., 40206 when we hear from prominent local food activists and learn what each of us can do to support this important work.
Join Von Barnes, Tay G, and Andrew Kang Bartlett, from the Food in Neighborhoods Community Coalition, to get the scoop on current developments as Louisville steps up its food systems game to expand urban food production and develop a Food Vision 2030 and a Greater Louisville Food Council. Find out how you can support this movement toward a more delicious, equitable, healthy, sustainable, and resilient Louisville.
Tay G is a cultural worker, educator, and activist. He is a founder of LouiEvolve Hip Hop & Arts Festival, on the board of Change Today Change Tomorrow, and on the Food in Neighborhoods Steering Committee along with Von and Andrew.
Von Barnes is the visionary behind Kentuckiana Backyard Farms, a micro urban demonstration farm located in Louisville, KY. With a Bachelor of Arts in Communication from the University of South Florida, Von has actively immersed himself in the realms of Urban Agriculture and Food Justice since 2013.
Andrew Kang Bartlett has degrees from Friends World College and San Francisco State University and has studied and worked in the Dominican Republic, Cuba, Mexico, Central America, and East Asia. Andrew is the national associate for the Presbyterian Church USA Hunger Program.
Our meetings are always free and open to the public.
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