Growing Health 2010 Conference

Back by popular demand, Growing Health 2010 – Common Ground: Farms Food & Health will feature a full day conference on Tuesday, October 5, 2010 at 8:30 AM at the Binghamton Regency Hotel and Conference Center in Binghamton, NY. The conference is immediately followed by an evening local food tasting from 5:30 – 9:00 PM.

Learn about the dynamic connections between food, farms, and health, and how these connections affect you. Growing Health 2010 offers something for everyone - educators, food service providers, public health advocates, community leaders, farmers, interested citizens, and anyone in between. Choose from 12 workshops in any of four diverse topic areas (“tracks”): (1) Farm-to-School; (2) Navigating to Local Food & Health; (3) Food Sovereignty – “What is a Local Food Citizen?”; and (4) Local Farms & Foods for Environmental, Economic, & Community Health. Be inspired by 32 visionary leaders including Jerry Brunetti (Founder of Agri-Dynamics); NYS Commissioner of Health, Dr. Richard F. Daines; and Commissioner of Agriculture and Markets, Patrick Hooker.

Attend the conference, or the evening local foods tasting or both events! Registration is available online at www.RuralHealthNetwork.org or by calling 888.603.5973. All registrations received on or before September 15 will receive special “early bird” pricing. Register now as space is limited!

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Joy Stalker says ... on Thursday, Sep 9 at 11:59 AM

This is a great event that will teach you a lot about the local food movement and why its important. Register now to take advantage of the early bird discount.

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