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Florida Food Forum - August's Topic:
Farmers' Markets: Sourcing and Supporting the Local
Join us online from 12-1pm (EDT) on Friday, August 28th, for the Florida Food Forum on "Farmers' Markets: Sourcing and Supporting the Local." Mary Hathaway, Co Manager of Fresh Access Bucks (FAB), will be presenting on this important topic. Following the presentation will be a discussion and Q&A session.
Guest Presenter Information:
Bio: Mary Hathaway has worked as a farmer and an advocate for an equitable food system for more than 10 years. She is currently the Co Manager of Fresh Access Bucks (FAB), the statewide nutrition incentive program active in 62 farmers markets and direct to consumer outlets across Florida. Prior to this work, Mary earned a Masters degree in Agroecology where she spent her time working with Norwegian heritage-breed dairy operations and Tanzanian spice farmers. She lives on her small farm on the east coast of Florida with a few goats, hens and a toddler.
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.
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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.