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Florida Food Forum: Murky Waters: Water, Food and Society

  • 24 Apr 2020
  • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
  • Microsoft teams link below or +1 941-306-1146 United States, Sarasota (Toll); Conference ID: TBA


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+1 941-306-1146 United States, Sarasota (Toll); Conference ID: 928 138 796#

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Florida Food Forum - April's Topic:
Murky Waters: Water, Food and Society 

Join us from 12-1pm on Friday, March 31st, for the Florida Food Forum on "Murky Waters: Water, Food and Society." Christopher Johns, FLFPC Board Member and Environmental Attorney, will be presenting on this important topic. Following the presentation will be a discussion and Q&A session.

Bio: Christopher Johns is a native Floridian, born and raised in Hastings, Florida. The son of a 4th generation farmer, Chris was raised helping his family on their commercial farm. After receiving his bachelor’s degree from the University of Florida, he returned to his family’s farm to help manage production of their potato crop. After returning to the farm, he participated in the Florida Natural Resources Leadership Institute, where he graduated a fellow of Class IX. Chris earned a J.D. with a certificate in environmental and land-use law from the University of Florida Levin College of Law. While in law school, Chris interned at Harvard Law School’s Food Law and Policy Clinic. 

Today, Chris lives in West Palm Beach and works for, Lewis, Longman & Walker, as an environmental attorney. He represents a spectrum of clients from local governments, to Indian tribes, to private landowners, including agricultural producers, on complex issues involving environmental permitting and natural resource protection and development. He remains interested in food policy and using his skills, experience, and insights to foster meaningful improvements to food systems throughout Florida

Forum Host: Dell deChant is the Associate Chair of the Religious Studies Department at the University of South Florida and a member of the Board of Directors at the Florida Food Policy Council.


Disclaimer: The views of the presenters do not represent the views of the Florida Food Policy Council. We are a forum for the offering and sharing of information and encourage diversity and communication within the food system.

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