Events calendar

Sunday. 12 May, 2019 - Saturday. 18 May, 2019
Tuesday. 14 May, 2019
12:00 am ET

Conversations about Food

A year-round event series by Food Tank featuring incredible speakers followed by a delicious reception/networking held in partnership with NYU Steinhardt, the NYC Food Policy Center at Hunter, and

May 14: "Equity in the Food System." Speakers: Joel Berg, CEO, Hunger Free AmericaManny Howard,; Qiana Mickie, Executive Director, Just Food; Danielle Nierenberg, Food Tank; Krishnendu Ray, NYU Steinhardt; Raymond Figueroa, Jr, President, New York City Community Garden Coalition; Chloe Sorvino, Forbes; Noreen Springstead, Executive Director, WhyHunger; and Ellen J. Wulfhorst, Reuters.

June 11: "Good Tech in Good Food."

July 16: "Eating for a Healthier and Sustainable Planet."

August 13: "Healthy Food at Every Age."

In partnership with Great Performances Catering, the events will be followed by networking opportunities as well as some delicious food.

Each of the talks will also be aired as part of a Facebook Live series in partnership with Facebook Community Leadership Program and released on our charting iTunes podcast, “Food Talk with Dani Nierenberg.”

Hurry each event has limited availability! To join the waitlist for a full event, please apply at

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Wednesday. 15 May, 2019
12:00 pm ET

Strategies for Local Organizing

The next webinar in Permaculture Association of the Northeast (PAN)'s
quarterly series is scheduled for Wednesday May 15th from 12:00-1:00pm US
Eastern Time.

Many of us know that Permaculture is a design process that is often applied to
landscapes. But did you know that we can utilize Permaculture tools and
techniques to design organizations, groups, and direct actions?  During the
Strategies for Local Organizing webinar, we'll hear from Orion Kriegman of the
Boston Food Forest Coalition, Patty Love from Rochester Permaculture Center,
and Kate Wallace of the Resilience Hub will share their first-hand knowledge
and experiences about applying Permaculture principles to community
organizing. Bring your questions!

This webinar is FREE for PAN members, or a sliding scale of $10-$50 for non-

Join us! To register or read about our presenters, visit