Anim Steel on The Real Food Challenge: America’s First Food Day Oct. 24th. {Bioneers}

Via on Oct 15, 2011

Anim Steel, Director of National Programs at The Food Project for The Real Food Challenge, spoke about the beginning of the national movement of bringing back real food.  Bringing “real” and healthy food to schools is one of the most important steps to reinvigorating the ethics of land stewardship and food justice, and promoting widespread support of organically grown produce. Find out more about America’s first national Food Day on October 24th here.

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Via: RealFoodNow

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About Kate Hormel

Kate Hormel is an avid gardener, foodie and environmental/social activist. She is currently traveling the country and educating herself on permaculture, ecological farming practices, food justice, and where to find the best local cheese and wine. Check out her blog here.


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