This month Open Silo is co-hosting with the LA Food Policy Council for an end-of-year Happy Hour!
We'll be meeting at Señor Fish on Thursday, December 6th, 5:30-7:30 pm. We hope you're able to join us and mingle with members from all the working groups:
- Good Food Purchasing Policy
- Farmers for All
- Food Waste Prevention and Rescue
- School Gardens
- Urban Agriculture
I am very excited to hang with folks who are passionate about these different corners of the food puzzle. LA Food Policy Council has been on the front lines of advocating for good policies at the local level for years, and if you want to help move the needle on food issues that matter to you, I encourage you to get involved with one of the working groups next year. If you have come to any of the working group meetings or are interested in learning more, please come and celebrate the end of the year with the good food community. See you there!
About LA Food Policy Council:
"The Los Angeles Food Policy Council (LAFPC) works to ensure food is healthy, affordable, fair and sustainable for all.
We believe Good Food for All is possible and that all communities deserve access to good food, grown in a way that respects people and the planet. We work to create a local food system free from hunger, rooted in equity and access, supportive of farmers and food workers, and guided by principles of environmental stewardship and regeneration. To accomplish our vision of Good Food for All, we catalyze, coordinate and connect people across the LA region, including government, business and community groups working on food."