Every day, the food we eat connects us to a vast web of farmers, traders, food manufacturers, retailers, and many other people involved. Feeding our community, providing a livelihood for farmers, and protecting the environment – must be tackled together. So, how do we build sustainable, local food systems that benefit farmers, consumers, and the land?
Join us on Wednesday, May 11 at noon to learn how SAHC farmland programs are helping to build local food systems through opportunities to access farmland and hear more about the history of how our farmland work started and where we are headed.
Hear from Chris Link, SAHC Community Farm Manager, on the complexities of small-scale agribusinesses and why it’s more important than ever to support our local farmers.