Urban Food Summit at the new
Michelle Obama Neighborhood Library in Long Beach CA.
Saturday, October 15th at 9:00 a.m.
Michelle Obama Neighborhood Library
5870 Atlantic Ave.
Long Beach, CA. 90805
We at the Michelle Obama Neighborhood Library are excited to join the Long Beach iteam and local community groups to present the first Urban Food Summit at the Michelle Obama Neighborhood Library Learning Garden! Join us this Saturday, October 15th at 9:00 a.m. as we tour the new Learning Garden and hear from local experts about urban growing and nutrition!
Check out the brand new Ourfoods Michelle Obama Neighborhood Library Garden, hear from awesome local experts like SugarWatch and Long Beach Fresh at this exciting event. This is a great event for those looking to get more knowledgeable about local food, farms, chefs and nutrition!
We believe in helping all three parts of a local food economy work together: Eaters (consumers), Feeders (establishments ranging from schools and hospitals to restaurants, distributors and co-operatives) and Seeders (local farms and growers). Eaters, Feeders and Seeders comprise the agricultural cycle of supply, distribution, and demand. If Eaters, Feeders and Seeders can become more connected, both supply and demand for local food production will scale up and become a change agent in public health and the local economy. This page provides you with a wide overview of where to find local, sustainable, and healthy food in Long Beach.