Health and Well-being through Community-based Food Programs | U.S. Green Building Council
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Seminar

Health and Well-being through Community-based Food Programs

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Starts On - April 25, 2018 - 12:30pm
Ends On - April 25, 2018 - 2:00pm
324 Lawton Street SW
Atlanta , GA 30310

During the presentation attendees will learn about how to manage and grow food on an urban farm, educate the local community, set goals to make sustainable changes in diet and nutrition, connect people with locally grown foods, and other strategies to promote health and wellness.

The session will promote health and wellness through education on urban agriculture, diet and nutrition, and how to incorporate locally grown organic foods into a sustainable lifestyle. Garnish and Gather is providing a portion of the food as well as TLW providing some “green items” from the garden.
Speakers: Carol Hunter, Chief Admn Officer, Truly Living Well Urban Farm; Natalie Forte, Health & Wellness Coach; Emily Golub, Owner, Garnish & Gather (organic dinner delivery)

Street parking is limited. Overflow parking located across street at:

M. Agnes Jones Elementary School
1040 Fair St SW, Atlanta, GA 30314

In case of inclement weather, event will be held at same elementary school.