Sustainable Food Systems Sourcebook

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1. Farm to Cafeteria Conference

Sustainable Agriculture
 Madison, Wisconsin
The 8th National Farm to Cafeteria Conference: Moving Forward Together will convene a diverse group of stakeholders from across the farm to cafeteria movement working to source local food for institutional cafeterias and foster a culture of food.
 Big Sky, Montana
National Association of Community Development Extension Professionals is an organization dedicated to improving the visibility, coordination, professional status and resource base of community and economic development Extension programs.
 Virginia Beach, Virginia
Here you’ll learn everything about the U.S.’s premier conference that addresses the needs, challenges and successes of small farmers from Alaska to Alabama, from Maine to Maui, and even from countries far beyond our shores.
 Burlington, Vermont
As individuals and communities, our social, environmental, and political values greatly influence our sense of the "good." In the context of food systems, we may favor certain agricultural production practices, culinary traditions, or labor policies.
SAEA defines sustainable agriculture as food and agricultural systems that are environmentally sound, economically viable, socially responsible, non-exploitative, humane, and that serve as a foundation for future generations.
 Washington, District of Columbia
Each fall, the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics sponsors the world’s largest meeting of food and nutrition expert and address key issues affecting the health of all Americans.
Our Vision: Serving as the premier association for agricultural law and policy professionals. Our Mission: Informing and engaging the law and policy professionals who serve all facets of the agricultural and food communities.
 East Point, Georgia
The Mission of the American Community Gardening Association is to build community by increasing and enhancing community gardening and greening across the United States and Canada.
 Washington, District of Columbia
Everyone has the right to good health In the U.S., where you live, your income, education, race and access to health care mean as much as a 15-year difference in how long you will live. Equally shocking: studies show that even wealthy, highly educate
 Thunder Bay, Ontario
Canadian Association for Food Studies (CAFS). CAFS was founded by academics and professionals from governmental and community organizations interested in promoting interdisciplinary scholarship in the broad area of food systems.
 Atlanta, Georgia
BUGS has an annual conference in November of each year. The conference is full of speakers and workshops. They call for proposals by August 1st of each year.
 Long Beach, California
This is an annual 3 day long conference that takes place in May. It discusses topics related to food such as health and sustainability. It offers several speakers, workshops, and field-trips.

13. Good Food EXPO

 Chicago, Illinois
This event is focused on the fast-growing Good Food movement — and we are proud to host the outstanding collection of those who are accelerating the rise of a better food system.
 Butler, Wisconsin
Every two years, people from around the world travel to Milwaukee to participate in an intensive three day conference that covers urban aquaculture, urban farming, planning strategies, education, youth programming, food policy and justice.
This is an annual conference around June and takes place in various parts of the world. It can be found by googling the title as the conference website changes each year.
 Henderson, Nevada
This conference takes place annually and in a different month every year in various parts of the world. It often occurs in the summer. Abstracts can be submitted.
 Nürtingen, Baden-Württemberg
This is a two day conference that takes place every 2-3 years in various parts of the world. It has many speakers and is considered an industry highlight.
 New York, New York
The 10th International Public Markets Conference is a 3 day event that focuses on new trends and innovations for the preservation and revitalization of public markets internationally.
 Spring Valley, Wisconsin
The 3 day conference takes place annually in February. It includes food and workshops. Workshop submissions start in September two years prior to the conference date, so Conference 2019 has submissions in September, 2017.
 Eau Claire, Wisconsin
The Midwest Value Added Agriculture Conference occurs every 2-4 years. It's typically sometime in January and somewhere in the upper Midwest of the United States. Registration begins in September.