Re: transitionnorthfield Digest, Food hub
From: Shodo Spring (shodo.springgmail.com)
Date: Thu, 8 Nov 2012 14:00:38 -0800 (PST)
This is terrific! Wish I could be there. Thanks for the continuing updates.
Shodo

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>    1. Fub Hub in Norhtfield discussion--apologies in advance if you
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> Subject: [transitionnorthfield] Fub Hub in Norhtfield
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> Date: Wed, 7 Nov 2012 19:30:49 -0600
> From: kscheuer [at] carleton.edu
> To: lindabhalley [at] gmail.com; guthriel [at] carleton.edu;
> mattm.justfood [at] gmail.com; dayna.burtness [at] gmail.com; outreach [at] 
> justfood.coop;
> monica.caldwell [at] gmail.com; becca.e.carlson [at] gmail.com;
> farmers [at] bigwoodsfarmcsa.com; joegb [at] northfieldwifi.com;
> ashleykeul [at] gmail.com; kzeman [at] kmwb.net; adobrow [at] hotmail.com;
> brantm [at] carleton.edu; halbachc [at] carleton.edu; openhandsfarm [at] 
> gmail.com;
> rosecherneff [at] gmail.com; silverc [at] carleton.edu; daudons [at] 
> carleton.edu;
> beckylw [at] me.com; marcea5 [at] northfieldwifi.com; meframe [at] me.com;
> mlarson [at] carleton.edu
> Subject: Food Hub/ Sustainability speaker series Chef Barton Seaver
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> Greetings 5th Season Co-op tourers, I hope you enjoyed the tour in Viroqua
> last week and that your wheels have been spinning with ideas and
> possibilities as much as mine have been.  Erin will compiling information
> from the event and getting it out to the group very soon.  In the meantime,
> are you interested and free to meet in the Weitz Center on Monday, November
> 19th at 7pm to discuss the possibility of creating a food hub in
> Northfield?  My impetus for meeting soon is twofold.  The students working
> on this project will be leaving for 6 weeks, and I thought it would be wise
> to capitalize on their willingness to research this project for our
> community by giving them a clearer directive.   My second reason for
> wanting to meet in November is to capture and harness the great energy that
> began on the tour while it is still fresh in everyone's minds.  Please let
> me know if this date and time works for you to meet and if you plan on
> attending this meeting. (If you would prefer to n
>  ot get emails about this project from me, let me know that as well.)
> On a completely different note, I wanted to extend an invitation to all of
> you to attend a talk on campus tomorrow night.  The Center for Community
> and Civic Engagement at Carleton is hosting Barton Seaver who is "Chef,
> author, speaker and 2010 National Geographic Fellow.  Barton Seaver is on a
> mission to restore our relationship with the ocean, the land, and with each
> other?through dinner. He believes food is a crucial way for us to connect
> with the ecosystems, people, and cultures of our world."  This event is
> open to the public, so please come and enjoy hearing from this exciting
> speaker.  See attached flyer for more details on Barton Seaver and feel
> free to pass this on to anyone who might be interested.
> Title:  Bristol Bay: A World of Challenges and OpportunitiesWhen:
> Thursday, November 8th Time: 7-8pmWhere: Gould Library, Carleton College
> (see attached map.)Who should attend: Anyone who eats
> I hope to see tomorrow night and/or on the 19th.
> Warm regards,Kelly
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> Assistant Director, ACT
> Center for Community and Civic Engagement
> kscheuer [at] carleton.edu
> 507-222-7019
> http://apps.carleton.edu/campus/act/
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