Participants will learn more about local food banks/kitchen/pantries, current statistics and issues regarding regional hunger, connecting the community to fresh food as a strategy to reduce health problems, urban farming, food justice issues, the use of bridge cards, food availability, and the buy local movement.
Course Fees: $109.00, all inclusive
(5 CE Clock Hours certificate, program material, lunch, snacks, museum admissions, bus)
Workshops are independent programs. For more information about specific objectives for each program, or to register, please contact Linda Yellin via one of the following options:
Mail checks payable to: Linda Yellin, LMSW
29260 Franklin Rd, Suite 117, Southfield, MI 48034