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After much deliberation, we’ve made the decision to delay until later in the spring (late May, perhaps?)
Our agenda and speakers have come together (thank you to all that have stepped forward with ideas and volunteered to be leaders or co-leaders of workshops and panels), but we’ve encountered a hitch (last minute venue concerns) and an opportunity (the new Slow Food USA funded California contractor!) that struck us as reasons to take a breath and postpone for a few months.
It’s important to us that we gather intentionally and that we all walk away with actionable steps, replicable ideas and tangible resources, just as you’d asked for in your survey responses. And we want to foster a sense of connection to the greater Slow Food California whole. So we’ll use the extra time to really focus on what we’re all hankering for: the tools, examples, and insights for building and rebuilding resilient chapters. We’ll do more outreach within and outside the network to ensure we all come away with renewed energy and enthusiasm for changing the food system for good, clean, and fair.
So remove the 22nd & 23rd from your calendars and instead host a dinner or do work in your garden/on your farm or pickle spring garlic or march for democracy…. and stay tuned!
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