Our Community Food Shed

Today, I attended a panel conversation hosted by Green Cambridge and MCAN. The panel was about “Our community food shed and climate change.” I wasn’t sure what to expect and found it fascinating. There were presentations from organizations in different parts of the food production system that are reducing food waste, reducing food deserts,  improving social justice around access to affordable food, and building community around food. I won’t go through them all, because there were, perhaps, eight different organizations, but I was inspired by their ability to fill a range of social needs.

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