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Portland's First Annual
Jewish Food Conference

Portland’s Jewish Food Conference builds on the momentum of a growing national movement that explores the intersections of Jewish tradition and contemporary food issues, with the goal of supporting the creation of healthier and more sustainable communities in the Pacific Northwest and beyond.
A gathering of local cooks, farmers, producers, educators, eaters and thinkers, this conference will explore issues of sustainable agriculture, food justice, and the DIY movement through the lens of Judaism, while deepening Jewish experience and practice through the ever-expanding conversation about food and agriculture in our community. 

Join us on Sauvie Island:
September 9th, 2012

Registration: starts at 9:30am

Conference programming: 10 am to 4 pm

Conference Cost: $18.00 per person

Due to low pre-registration numbers,
the Jewish food Conference has been postponed.
You will hear from us as soon as we decide on a new date.
Wishing you all a very sweet and healthy New Year.

Call for Presenters
Interested in leading a session? Submit your proposal by August 1, 2012 to: Include title of workshop, description, short biography of presenter, and if applicable, maximum number of participants. Possible topics:
DIY Skills
Health, Nutrition, and Food Choices
Food Justice and Tikkun Olam
Text, Values, and Traditions
Food History and Culture
Children's Programming
Food Systems and Policy

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