Community FEaST 2020

AppalFRESH, the Appalachian Food Research for Equity Sustainability and Health Collaborative will host the fourth annual Community FEaST (Food Engagement and Story Telling) VIRTUALLY on Thursday, November 12 beginning at 5:30 pm - REGISTER HEREIn past years, this event welcomed students, staff, faculty and community members to join around a 100-yard long table for a simple, local meal of potatoes, greens and apple pie with live local music.  The goals of this event are to:

1. Build community by encouraging conversation and storytelling about the importance of sustainable food

2. Minimize waste (near-zero waste event)

3. Maximize local food sourcing

4. Provide Resources for Food Insecure Members of our Community

Join the Virtual Community FEaST here:
https://appstate.zoom.us/j/94610550793?pwd=TENLa2tlc3lpUjF6bnBFa1NVU0dxdz09

Meeting ID: 946 1055 0793
Passcode: Potato
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+16465588656,,94610550793# US (New York)

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About AppalFRESH
Appalachian Food Research for Equity, Sustainability and Health Collaborative (AppalFRESH) is a new, but growing group of faculty, staff and graduate students at Appalachian State University with a common interest in research, education and engagement related to socially, economically and ecologically viable food systems. AppalFRESH strives to host and promote events that lead to a better understanding of and spur conversations around food issues, conduct and support research on salient food issues, and to be of service to faculty, staff, community members and students by sharing resources, and making and maintaining connections. Learn more at https://rieee.appstate.edu/AppalFRESH_Collaborative

About Sustainability at Appalachian
Appalachian State University’s leadership in sustainability is known nationally. The university’s holistic, three-branched approach considers sustainability economically, environmentally and equitably in relationship to the planet’s co-inhabitants. The university is an active steward of the state’s interconnected financial, cultural and natural resources and challenges students and others think critically and creatively about sustainability and what it means from the smallest individual action to the most broad-based applications. The university offers both undergraduate and graduate academic degree programs that focus on sustainability. In addition, 100 percent of Appalachian’s academic departments offer at least one sustainability course or course that includes sustainability, and all students graduate from programs that have adopted at least one sustainability learning outcome. Learn more at https://appstate.edu/sustainability.

Published: Sep 28, 2020 10:03am

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