Here is a list of online conversations that are happening right now. If you feel that you are a part of this space let us know and we'll be happy to add you!
Blog: Kylie has been working for 15 years as a Public Health Nutritionist and her purpose is to transform the food system by empowering people to changes their actions to create a better planet in which we live on.
Blog: Lenny Librizzi has worked on community gardens for 24 years and wants to share his experience, information, and opinions with others who are also interesting in community gardening.
Blog: Insights on solutions and contributors to hunger, and the lives of Americans in need from Feeding America and network food bank staff and guest contributors.
YouTube Video: This video was produced by the Department of Communications at Kansas State University and explains the different types of community gardens, along with the pros and cons of each type.
YouTube Video: This video was produced by the Johns Hopkins Center for a Livable Future to educate the public and advocate on food system issues, one being easy access to healthy foods.
YouTube Video: This video was produced by Virginia Tech describing local and sustainable food systems.
Podcast: Dani Nierenberg consults with chefs, experts, and activists regarding food systems and talks through how a food system is more attainable. Enjoy listening wherever you are able to get podcasts!
Podcast: Michael Kilpatrick hosts farmers as they talk about sustainability and practices in which they have observed and done and wants to share the tips and tricks he's learned. He explains the sustainable agricultural systems to his audience, and how it's essential to get the world back on track. Enjoy listening wherever you are able to get podcasts!
Podcast: Farmer Sledge also known as Cedric Shannon uses philosophy and reflects on how raising and eating rotationally-grazed meats is a much better way to address many issues within farming. These podcasts are suggested to be listened to in chronological order as ideas build on each other. Enjoy listening wherever you are able to get podcasts!
Webinar: an educational webinar that anyone can get involved with! Each webinar is posted on the program page with a link to register to attend over the zoom application. You may get involved and ask the speaker questions during the broadcasting or watch afterward on the link posted.
For more, check out their Soil, Conservation, and Place Video series on youtube!
Facebook Page: If you're on facebook, you might consider joining this group to network and stay up to date on food system conversations in Virginia!