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Food Hubs: Building 21st Century Food Systems

Thomas Nelson, Capay Valley Farm Shop

Regional food systems are a cornerstone solution for meeting the daily eating needs of communities around the planet. Across the U.S., networks of farmers and social entrepreneurs are organizing as food hubs to efficiently aggregate and distribute source-identified farm products to serve institutions and larger markets. Engage with leading edge food hub practitioners operating in Northern California to learn how farmers are collaborating, school kids eating fresh food, and community leaders building the infrastructure necessary for healthy, resilient food systems.
collaboration, food systems, health, place-based innovation, resilience

Dr. Jake Brimlow, Assistant Professor, CSU Chico Noelle Ferdon, Director of Local Food Systems, Northern California Regional Land Trust Susan Lightfoot, Farm2Fork Coordinator, North Coast Opportunities Thomas Nelson, President, Capay Valley Farm Shop Susie Sutphin, Executive Director, Tahoe Food Hub

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