Approaches to Neighborhood and Community Food Storage


Please join city staff and local food activists for a discussion at 7pm on Wednesday, March
7th in the Memorial Room at Montpelier City Hall.  We will explore neighborhood and community food storage options (dry goods, root cellaring, etc..) and how the City can assist with these initiatives. We will also link the project of local food storage to not only greater food security but also potential avenues for community economic development with food as the basis.

Here is our working agenda:
– Introductions
– Open floor for those with experience and expertise specific to food storage
– Transition Town’s work in this area
– Small groups: neighborhood, community, regional initiatives etc…
– Report back and next steps

Contact Scott for more info:; 262-6273

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