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The Food Commons with Larry Yee

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The Food Commons with Larry Yee

Time: February 25, 2013 from 6:30pm to 8:30pm
Location: Ayni Gallery
Street: 216 State Street
City/Town: Santa Barbara CA 93101
Website or Map: http://www.sbpermaculture.org
Phone: 805-816-8188
Event Type: lecture
Organized By: wesley roe
Latest Activity: Feb 10, 2013

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The Food Commons envisions a re-creation of the local and regional food systems that preceded the current global industrial food systems, updated to reflect 21st-century advances in information systems, communications, community-based organizational and economic models, the science and practice of sustainable agriculture and the changes in culture and demand.

Come join us
The Food Commons with Larry Yee
Monday, February 25th
6:30pm
Ayni Gallery
216 State Street
Santa Barbara CA 93101
(lower State Street)
info: 805-816-8188
Carla Rosin <crosart05@yahoo.com>

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The Food Commons model is a new economic paradigm
and whole system approach for regional food.


The Food Commons will leverage, support and enhance existing and emerging regional food system initiatives to offer the American public a wide range of benefits that are not widely distributed in our current food system.

Larry Yee currently serves as the Co-founder and Coordinating Director for the Food Commons http://www.thefoodcommons.org/, a project dedicated to designing and developing both local and national infrastructure within a whole systems approach and new economic paradigm for local/regional food. 

MORE INFO
The Food Commons with Larry Yee
http://youtu.be/X-D5VRi0UNY


A Program supported by Santa Barbara Permaculture Network www.sbpermaculture.org

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