Kennedy School Community Room
5736 NE 33rd Avenue
Tuesday June 5th
Unfortunately hunger is a very real thing for too many people in Concordia. Currently 22% of Oregonians are on food stamps.
It is widely acknowledged that Northeast Portland is pioneering some of the most innovative food security and sustainability projects in the state including the Portland Fruit Tree Project, Urban Farm Collective, a strong network of churches that distribute food, education, and skills, as well as progressive businesses like New Seasons and Alberta Coop that give enormous amounts of food to the hungry every day.
- Learn about neighborhood organizations and churches that are pioneering food security and sustainability in and near the Concordia neighborhood
- Participate in a panel discussion and forum on what we can do to lead the region in food security and sustainability
- Learn where to find free and low-cost food
- Learn how to garden for food better
- Simple things we can do to sustainably end hunger in our neighborhood and establish real food security for all
The Event is FREE please consider contributing two cans of food for the Oregon Food Bank
If you have specific questions that you would like addressed, leave a comment below and it will be included on the agenda.
Sponsored by Concordia Neighborhood Association