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Wednesday, November 10 • 10:15am - 11:00am
Morning Keynote: Bridging Divides: Feeding Communities to Sufficiency and Health with Karen Washington

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Joi Chevalier talks with Karen Washington, food activist, community gardener, founder of Black Urban Growers, one of Ebony Magazine's '100 Most Influential People in America', 2014 James Beard Leadership Award winner, and co-founder of Rise & Root Farm, which is a farm in lower Hudson Valley NY, focused on self-sufficiency, food access, and creating circles of resiliency across communities both rural and urban.  

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Joi Chevalier

CEO & Founder, The Cook's Nook
A veteran of corporate America, turned chef and entrepreneur, Joi Chevalier combines her technology background with culinary arts as the CEO of The Cook’s Nook. The Cook’s Nook is a culinary incubator that provides kitchen production space, co-working, business and entrepreneur... Read More →
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Karen Washington

Rise and Root Farm

Wednesday November 10, 2021 10:15am - 11:00am CST

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