Cedric Mason, New York Soil Health research support specialist, will be presenting at “Connecting Food, Farms, Soil and Climate: Strengthening Community While Ensuring a Livable Planet”, a community forum sponsored by Cornell Cooperative Extension Ulster County and the Columbia County and Mid-Hudson Chapters of the Citizens Climate Lobby.
The event takes place on Nov. 1 from 6-8pm at 232 Plaza Road in Kingston.
Learn how local food producers and farms along with New York State and community-based soil and farm initiatives are prioritizing healthier soil and working together to promote healthy and climate-resilient farms, families and communities.
Attendees will learn how local food producers and farms prioritizing healthier soil, along with New York State and community-based soil and farm initiatives, are working together to promote healthy and climate-resilient farms, families and communities, while also creating a livable planet for years to come.
Speakers and panelists include:
· Jan Elise Storm, agriculture liaison, Citizens’ Climate Lobby
· Cedric Mason, research support specialist, New York Soil Health
· Brian Steinmuller, assistant director, New York State Climate Resilient Farming Program
· Jesse Tolz, marketing and logistics manager, Field Goods LLC
· Susan Hereth, education director, Kingston YMCA Farm Project
Walk-ins are welcome, but please RSVP to help the CCEUC plan for materials. Refreshments will be provided.
Register online at tinyurl.com/RSVP-Food-Farms-Climate or RSVP to Carrie Anne Doyle at 340-3990, ext. 311, or email email@example.com with your full name, phone, and email address.