WE NEED YOUR VOICE: THE FOOD REVOLUTION SERIES
By: Carol McQuillen on May 06, 2013
Join us on Tuesday, May 7th, at South Burlington Community Library (540 Dorset Street) for the Food Revolution Series. The South Burlington School District has made impressive strides towards educating their students to eat a healthier diet and to understand our food systems both locally and globally. Come to hear a panel of educators from the South Burlington School District who will discuss The Farm to School Program, student participation in gardening and composting, and instruction in sustainable agriculture and more. Panelists will include Mollie Silver, Andrew Samara, Winton Goodrich, and Erin Randall Mullins.
This program is co-sponsored by the South Burlington Sustainable Agriculture Committee and the South Burlington Community Library.Come and enjoy fresh baked bread from the Bread and Butter Farm, local cheeses donated by Healthy Living, and other home cooked treats. Bring a friend!
Food Revolution Series panel discussion on May 7th from 5-7pm at the SB Community Library
By: Carol McQuillen on April 24, 2013
Mark Your Calendar – Common Roots and others involved in food education in SB will be at a Food Revolution Series panel discussion on May 7th from 5-7pm at the SB Community Library. Come and discuss the value of a changing food system with other community members. Yummy local foods will be served
Only $800 To Go!
By: Carol McQuillen on April 01, 2013
Wow, wow, wow! In my last newsletter, I indicated that Common Roots is raising funds to help send five Milton students to Washington DC. These students will be planting the White House garden with Michelle Obama! Your response has been super. We've raised $5,200 to date to give these students a once in a lifetime experience, and need only $800 more. If you can help, please go to our Donate page or contact me directly. Thank you again for your support.