Through thought-provoking conversations, energizing community-led tours, and engaging virtual discussions, this year's Good Food Gathering brought the community together to reflect on what it means to Listen to the Land.
We want to thank every attendee, speaker, facilitator, and community partner that gave their time to make this event possible. Making space for critical thinking, collective dreaming, and reflection around the future of our food systems is vital in working towards a system rooted in decolonization, collective action, and justice.
We hope you enjoyed the themes, conversations, and connections made at this year's Good Food Gathering!
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