It seems the extremes of Edmonton’s winter weather has caught up to me, so I will make this short and sweet. Tomorrow evening, farmers, food activists, concerned citizens, and everyone in between will be gathering at the Barnett House for the Food: Today, Tomorrow, Together Conference, running January 29-31.
I jumped at the chance to immerse myself in the topic and have an opportunity to be surrounded by those knowledgeable about the field of food security – something I’m only starting to learn about.
The sessions I am most looking forward to are the ones titled “The Capacity of the Alberta Food System” and the “Realities of Farming” – two topics that I would appreciate a local context to draw from. Of course, the Taste of Alberta on Thursday will also be a welcome palate pleaser, I’m sure.
I will do my best to blog each day after the conference, but it will depend entirely on the state of my cold.
2 thoughts on “Food: Today, Tomorrow, Together Conference”
You should tweet live from the conference!
Lucky! I only have the chance to go to the Carol Off talk. I’m looking forward to hear how the rest of it goes!