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Slow Money, April meeting: Food Policies in California
Monday, April 15, 2013 from 6:00 PM to 8:30 PM (PDT)
San Francisco, CA
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|6:00||Slow Start - Greetings|
What is Slow Money?
Introduction: Christina Oatfield and Peter Ruddock
AB 823 - Ag Land Preservation: Kathryn Lyddan, executive director of the Brentwood Area Land Trust
AB 1244 - Neighborhood Food Act and AB 551 - Urban Ag incentives: Christina Oatfield, Food Policy Director of the Sustainable Economies Law Center and member of the steering committee of the California Food Policy Council
AB 224 - CSAs: Peter Ruddock, member of the steering committee of the California Food Policy Council
AB 996, SB 599 - Certified Farmers’ Markets: Erin Tormey, manager of the Coastside Farmers’ Markets (Half Moon Bay and Pacifica) and member of the direct marketing ad hoc committee
Open Space / Breakout Sessions
If you like, bring snackables and drinkables to share.
Street Parking available. (recommended not to leave valuables visible in the car - as in any big city)
From Embarcadero BART take Light Rail towards Visitation Valley, 20th St stop is in front of the building.
From Mission/16th ST BART, take Bus 22 to 3rd/20th
From the Peninsula, take Caltrain to 22nd St station, 3 blocks to walk
When & Where
Slow Money Northern California
Slow Money is a movement and national nonprofit organization that catalyzes investments in local food systems. In over 15 local networks across the North America, entrepreneurs, investors, foodies, and localization activists have joined forces to rebuild the economics of local food and agriculture.