Planting the Seeds of Faith and Food

Join the interfaith dialogue about the importance of the policies that determine what we eat and how it affects our bodies, our spirits, and the earth. Discover what a wide variety of organized religious groups are doing to offer food security through community gardens, CSAs, congregational gleaning of local farms, and various ways your congregation can use your meeting place to distribute locally grown produce. Reaching across the difficult boundaries of religious difference, many faith-based groups are discussing the importance of embracing food sustainability issues, and educating and organizing to change food and farm policy.


Steve Schwartz, Interfaith Sustainable Food Collaborative, California Farmlink, Sebastopol, CA;
Others TBA.