Join Professor Mike Hamm, and Good Food Oxford network members, to discuss regional food systems and where next for good food in Oxford. Mike Hamm is Professor of Sustainable Agriculture at Michigan State University and head of the Center for Regional Food Systems. The mission of the Center is to engage the people of Michigan, the United States and the world in applied research, education and outreach to develop regionally integrated, sustainable food systems. Mike has a background in nutrition, gleaning and organic farming, and interests in community and sustainable food systems. Good Food Oxford is at a pivotal point in its development. With over 100 organisational network members and stakeholders from across the Oxford food system, now is the time for us to pull together around our shared aims. The Oxford Good Food Charter sets out the network’s vision for a healthy, fair, sustainable food system in Oxford. But how do we work together to get there? During this evening we will discuss what’s going well in Michigan, and whether and how Oxford could develop a regional food strategy to match. There will be a presentation by Professor Hamm and a discussion, followed by a workshop session, so please be prepared to share your thoughts in a small group. It would be especially helpful if you have time to fill in a short survey beforehand, but we will have copies on the night too. With thanks to the Real Farming Trust and AgileOx. For details, link here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/talk-workshop-a-good-food-strategy-for-oxford-with-prof-mike-hamm-tickets-16971772027

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