Buy Local Foods Seminar


On Sunday, Feb. 19 Catholic Rural Life, the OK River Valley Chapter of OEFFA (Ohio Ecological Food and Farm Assocaition) and the Adams-Brown Diabetes Education Coalition will sponsor the 10th annual Buy Local Foods Seminar. Dan Remley, Ph.D, field specialist in food, nutrition and wellness with the Ohio State University Extension, will give the keynote speech about fighting food deserts while promoting local, nutritious foods. He will also lead small group discussions on how food choice systems have been used in food pantries to promote healthy foods and on the formation of community food/hunger councils. There will be other workshops and discussions on topics such as stone milling local grains, raising beef cooperatively and sustainably, wild edibles and hazelnuts. The seminar will be held at St. George Parish Hall, 509 E. State St. (SR 125) Georgetown from 1:45 to 5 p.m. For more information, call Julie Kline at 937-515-1807 or Pat Hornschemeier at 513-752-0647. There is no charge. Everyone is welcome.


On Sunday, Feb. 19 Catholic Rural Life, the OK River Valley Chapter of OEFFA (Ohio Ecological Food and Farm Assocaition) and the Adams-Brown Diabetes Education Coalition will sponsor the 10th annual Buy Local Foods Seminar. Dan Remley, Ph.D, field specialist in food, nutrition and wellness with the Ohio State University Extension, will give the keynote speech about fighting food deserts while promoting local, nutritious foods. He will also lead small group discussions on how food choice systems have been used in food pantries to promote healthy foods and on the formation of community food/hunger councils. There will be other workshops and discussions on topics such as stone milling local grains, raising beef cooperatively and sustainably, wild edibles and hazelnuts. The seminar will be held at St. George Parish Hall, 509 E. State St. (SR 125) Georgetown from 1:45 to 5 p.m. For more information, call Julie Kline at 937-515-1807 or Pat Hornschemeier at 513-752-0647. There is no charge. Everyone is welcome.

On Sunday, Feb. 19 Catholic Rural Life, the OK River Valley Chapter of OEFFA (Ohio Ecological Food and Farm Assocaition) and the Adams-Brown Diabetes Education Coalition will sponsor the 10th annual Buy Local Foods Seminar. Dan Remley, Ph.D, field specialist in food, nutrition and wellness with the Ohio State University Extension, will give the keynote speech about fighting food deserts while promoting local, nutritious foods. He will also lead small group discussions on how food choice systems have been used in food pantries to promote healthy foods and on the formation of community food/hunger councils. There will be other workshops and discussions on topics such as stone milling local grains, raising beef cooperatively and sustainably, wild edibles and hazelnuts. The seminar will be held at St. George Parish Hall, 509 E. State St. (SR 125) Georgetown from 1:45 to 5 p.m. For more information, call Julie Kline at 937-515-1807 or Pat Hornschemeier at 513-752-0647. There is no charge. Everyone is welcome.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/33/2017/01/web1_Buy-Local-pic.jpgOn Sunday, Feb. 19 Catholic Rural Life, the OK River Valley Chapter of OEFFA (Ohio Ecological Food and Farm Assocaition) and the Adams-Brown Diabetes Education Coalition will sponsor the 10th annual Buy Local Foods Seminar. Dan Remley, Ph.D, field specialist in food, nutrition and wellness with the Ohio State University Extension, will give the keynote speech about fighting food deserts while promoting local, nutritious foods. He will also lead small group discussions on how food choice systems have been used in food pantries to promote healthy foods and on the formation of community food/hunger councils. There will be other workshops and discussions on topics such as stone milling local grains, raising beef cooperatively and sustainably, wild edibles and hazelnuts. The seminar will be held at St. George Parish Hall, 509 E. State St. (SR 125) Georgetown from 1:45 to 5 p.m. For more information, call Julie Kline at 937-515-1807 or Pat Hornschemeier at 513-752-0647. There is no charge. Everyone is welcome.