Local food advocates gather at Good Food Summit on Oct. 22
Michigan State University will host local food leaders from across Michigan at the 2018 Michigan Good Food Summit beginning at 8:45 a.m. on Oct. 22 at the Kellogg Hotel and Conference Center.
The event will host speakers such as Michelle Schulte, project director for the Inter-Tribal Council of Michigan and Shane Bernardo, a board member and Racial Equity Sub-Committee Member for the Michigan Farmers Market Association.
There will be a morning keynote Q and A with Saru Rajmayan, the president and co-founder of the national advocacy organization Restaurant Opportunities Centers United.
A lunch will focus on stories and reflections on good food and equity and the day will wrap up with an award ceremony, workshops and a performance by Manitou Wabanaisee (Spirit of the Snowbirds) Snowbird Singers.