Real Food Summits
Summits are a chance for students to develop their understanding of food system dynamics and connect with the larger movement, regardless of their past experience. Participants leave summits energized to deepen their commitment to making real food a reality in their communities.
Our first National Summit, Breaking Ground 2012: Students Uniting for a Real Food Economy, was held at the University of California Santa Cruz (UCSC) in Santa Cruz, CA and brought together 150 student leaders from across the country. Click here to see the Facebook album.
Our last National Summit, Breaking Ground 2013, was held in February 15-18, 2013 in Baltimore, MD at Johns Hopkins University. It included a protest outside Wendy’s in support of the Coalition of Immokalee worker’s 1 cent campaign. Click here to see highlights from Breaking Ground 2013.
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