Food Access in Your Neighborhood
November 1 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pmFree
Whether it is the lack of a grocery store, farmers market, community gardens, or fresh, affordable, and healthy food – We need better access to food in all of our neighborhoods.
We know with the impacts of climate change, the issue of food access will get even worse.
Come help us give the City of Des Moines ideas on how to improve food access for ALL residents. Join us for a free dinner, activities for kids, some take-home ideas and items, and most importantly… opportunities to let your voice be heard.
Thursday, November 1, 2018 6:00 -8:00 pm Martin Luther King Jr Community Center 1650 Garfield Ave, Des Moines, IA 50316
Sponsored by the Des Moines Citizens’ Taskforce on Sustainability, 1000 Friends of Iowa, Habitat for Humanity, The Martin Luther King Jr Neighborhood association, Eat Greater Des Moines, Homes 4 My Peeps, and Iowa State University.
For more information, contact: Kari Carney 515-288-5364 or email@example.com
This Conversation is the first of at least three Race, Climate and Community Conversations. Join us in 2019 for Housing & Energy and another on Health and Safety.