Thanks for an awesome day, everyone!

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Check out Hudson Valley Food Network at - it's a great place to find out what's happening in the world of sustainable food and farming in the Hudson Valley. It also has amazing resources for CSAs, raw milk acquisitions, and the like!
Inspired by the sustainable food community of the Hudson Valley, the Global Food Crisis Conference was born out of the Sustainable Agriculture Club at SUNY New Paltz. The idea behind the GFCC was and is to learn about international food shortages and to help brainstorm ways that we as both a community and as individuals can help. Everyone eats, and everyone can get involved! 

March 6, 2010! 

A full day of awesomeness! Geared towards learning about international food issues and how you can take small steps to help. 
- Keynote Speech from Eric Holt-Gimenez of FoodFirst!
- Response Panel moderated by Molly Anderson of Food Systems Integrity
- Interactive Workshops
- a screening of the movie "Fresh"


Open to students and community members!
$5.50 for students, $10.50 for community members
contact: for more info about registering or just to help out!

Thank you so much to our co-sponsors!

Students for Fresh Water in Developing Countries
Latin American Studies Department (SUNY New Paltz)
SUNY New Paltz Environmental Task Force
New Paltz Feminist Collective
Democracy Matters