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May 19-20: Vegetarian Food Festival

NYC Vegetarian Food Festival Chef demos, speakers, kids activites, fitness classes, stage presentations, entertainment, and vendors with samples and food for sale. Saturday, May 19 & Sunday, May 20, 2018 Metropolitan Pavilion, 125 West 18th Street Tickets are $20 Register … Read More

Feb 20: NY Climate Movement Kickoff Event

Join the city-wide organizing meeting to get caught up on the major climate campaigns and meet some activists that are leading the charge to: Get New York on board with 100% renewable energy while the polluters pay City wide mandatory … Read More

February 13: Food Policy for Breakfast Series @Hunter College

What Are You Really Eating? Food Transparency Exposed A presentation and conversation with Urvashi Rangan, Chief Science Advisor, GRACE Communications Foundation about the dizzying array of food labels and consumer demand for increased transparency. More info and register online here!

January 20: Food Almanac 2018 NYC Conference

Back for it’s eighth year, the Food Almanac is a singular opportunity for food-active individuals to be informed and to consider food and farming policy challenges, opportunities, and action in the New Year. MORE INFO and BUY YOUR TICKETS HERE!  … Read More

November 12: 2nd Annual Hudson Valley Farmhouse Ale Competition

  Join Harper’s, Brew & Co. and District 96 Beer Factory for the 2nd Annual Hudson Valley Farmhouse Ale Competition. Celebrate autumn with a day of beer, delicious food, more beer, and live music. A portion of the ticket sales … Read More

November 8: Slow Food NYC Fundraiser Party

This year we will celebrate the 2017 Snailblazer honoree June Russell, head of GrowNYC’s Greenmarket Regional Grains Project. The ‘Snailblazer’ award is a designation granted to those leaders in the farm-to-table movement committed to a local, sustainable, and fair food … Read More

Francis Thicke’s Bids Farewell the NOSB; Dicamba Rampage Continues; GMO Arctic Apple Hits the Midwest; Artist and Seed Saver Inspires Many; Humans ARE the Cause for Climate Change

  Francis Thicke’s Farewell Address to the NOSB After Hydroponics is Passed for Organic Certification Last week it was a solemn defeat for many farmers, as hydroponics was welcomed into organic certification. It was decided during the Jacksonville National Organic Standards Board (NOSB) … Read More

October 28: Sandy5 March for Awareness

On October 28th, let’s march to demand a better future. Communities across the city will remember, resist, and rise together. “Five years ago, Superstorm Sandy took lives, destroyed homes, and flooded subways. Like in Florida, Texas, Puerto Rico and the Caribbean, … Read More


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