Program

The 2012 Urban Agriculture Summit programming draws on local and international expertise and practical experience, in order to engage diverse communities and provide opportunities for cross-fertilization across sectors. Whether you are involved in community-based initiatives, or are in the business of city building, you can learn new tools to advance urban agriculture in your communities.

From acclaimed keynote speakers and leading sessions, to professional development training courses and practical workshops; from tours 'in the field' and networking events, the Summit agenda delivers value and opportunity for anyone involved in city-based growing.

We invite you to explore urban agriculture's current role and future potential in the 21st century, and join us in Toronto for the first Urban Agriculture Summit.

Online registration is now closed. Register on site. 

THURSDAY AUGUST 16

8:30AM–10:00AM

OPENING KEYNOTE

 

 

Keynote speaker: Joe Lobko, OAA, FRAIC, LEED AP BD+C, Principal, DTAH

Keynote speaker: Will Allen, Chief Executive Officer, Growing Power, Author “Good Food Revolution”

MC: Debbie Field, Executive Director, FoodShare

 

 

TED ROGERS SCHOOL MANAGEMENT TRS10-67

10:00AM–10:30AM

COFFEE BREAK

 SSC COURTYARD
 LOUNGE

 

1.

COMMUNITY BUILDING & SOCIAL HOUSING

DESIGN & INFRASTRUCTURE

SOCIAL ENTERPRISE & BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT

HOW TO, SKILLS, & TECHNOLOGY

ECOLOGY & LANDSCAPE

PLANNING & POLICY

 

 

Exploring urban agriculture’s potential for community building and increased food security

 

 

Leading-edge architectural and landscape design, amazing projects, and innovative infrastructure for small & large-scale urban agriculture production

 

Building the business case and value chain: the economics, financing, marketing and management practice of for-profit and not-for-profit urban agriculture

 

From rooftop gardens to backyard chickens: Innovative technologies, practical skills and engineering solutions supporting and growing urban agricultural production

 

 

City-building from the ground up: Urban Agriculture projects, ideas and initiatives rooted in communities across North America and around the world

 

 

Scaling up urban agriculture: Supportive programs, policies and governance models to grow city-based food production

10:30AM–12NOON

ROOM: ENG101

ROOM: ENG 102

ROOM: ENG-LG2

ROOM: ENG-LG4

ROOM: ENG-LG5

ROOM: ENG-LG6

 

 

Training New Farmers

 

 

 

 

Training Tomorrow’s Urban Farmers

Presenter: Gavin Dandy, Farm Director, Everdale Environmental Learning Centre

 

Concordia City Farm: The Urban Agriculture School Model

Presenter: Marcus Lobb, Concordia Greenhouse Coordinator, Concordia University

 

Moderator: Carolyn Bailey, Urban Agriculture Program Manager, EcoSource

 

From Backyard Hobby to Resilience to Transformation: Urban Agriculture and Cities as seen from The Netherlands

 

Presenter: Gaston Remmers, Chair Eco-Effective Entrepreneurship in Urban Areas, CAH Almere University of Applied Sciences, The Netherlands

 

 

Introduction presented by Hans Horbach, Consul General of the Kingdom of the Netherlands

 

How Are Developers Supporting Agriculture?

 

 

 

Panelist: Martin Blake, Vice President, Daniels' Corporation;

Mazyar Mortazavi, Principal and Managing Partner, TAS Designbuild;

Margaret Zeidler, President, Urbanspace Property Group

 

Moderator: Margaret Walton, MCIP RPP, Partner, Planscape

 

Rooftop Food Production

 

 

 

 

Seed to Plate: Rooftop Production Strategies

Presenter: Lauren Mandel, MLA, Project Manager + Rooftop Agriculture Specialist, Roofmeadow (formerly Roofscapes, Inc.)

 

Rooftops For Food Production

Presenter: Monica Kuhn, Architect, GRP, Monica E. Kuhn, Architect Inc.

 

Introduction to Integrated Water Management for Buildings and Sites

Presenter: Jeffrey L. Bruce, FASLA, GRP, President,   Jeffrey L. Bruce & Company

 

Moderator: Cathy Tafler, B.Arch, OAA, Tafler Rylett Architects

 

This session has been successfully approved by GBCI for 1.5 CE Hours

 

Closing the Loop

 

 

 

 

Community Composting in Ontario

Co-Presenter: Carolyn Young, Program Coordinator, Sustain Ontario;

Co-Presenter: Marlee Kohn, Former Masters of Environmental Studies

Student

 

Co-Presenter: Michael Nevin, FoodShare 

Nourished Neighborhoods:  An Australian Approach to Localized Urban Agriculture and Closing the Food Waste Loop

Co-Presenter: Peter Huff, Urban Agriculture Facilitator, City of Yarra and Community Food Systems Project Worker, Cultivating Community; 

Co- Presenter: Tom Gooch, Co-Founder, Office of Other Spaces

 

Moderator: Lloyd Helferty, Engineering Technologist, Principal, Biochar Consulting (Canada)

 

 

Best Practices from Chicago Paris, London and New York

 

 

A Tale of Two Edible Cities: 19th-century Paris and London 2012

Presenter: Jennifer Cockrall-King, Author of Food and the City: Urban Agriculture and the New Food Revolution (Prometheus Books, 2012), Independent food writer

 

Healthy Food Chicago

Presenter: Bradley Roback, Coordinator of Economic Development, City of Chicago

 

Innovative Urban Agriculture Policy: Lessons from New York City

Presenter: Nevin Cohen, Assistant Professor, The New School

 

Moderator: Andrea Winkler, Registered Professional Planner, Urban Strategies Inc

 

11:00AM-6:30PM

TRADE SHOW 

 SCC 115 ALUMNI ROOM

12NOON-2:30PM

LUNCH

 SSC COURTYARD LOUNGE

2:45PM-3:45PM

KEYNOTE SPEAKER

 

 Scaling Up Local Food: BrightFarms and the Business of Urban Agriculture

Paul Lightfoot, Chief Executive Officer, BrightFarms

 

Introduction presented by Karen Landman, PhD MCIP RPP, Associate Professor, MLA Program Coordinator, School of Environmental Design & Rural Development, University of Guelph

 

ENG103

2.

COMMUNITY BUILDING & SOCIAL HOUSING

DESIGN & INFRASTRUCTURE

SOCIAL ENTERPRISE & BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT

HOW TO, SKILLS, & TECHNOLOGY

HOW TO, SKILLS, & TECHNOLOGY

PLANNING & POLICY

 

 

Exploring urban agriculture’s potential for community building and increased food security

 

 

Leading-edge architectural and landscape design, amazing projects, and innovative infrastructure for small & large-scale urban agriculture production

 

 

Building the business case and value chain: the economics, financing, marketing and management practice of for-profit and not-for-profit urban agriculture

 

 

 

From rooftop gardens to backyard chickens: Innovative technologies, practical skills and engineering solutions supporting and growing urban agricultural production

 

 

Scaling up urban agriculture: Supportive programs, policies and governance models to grow city-based food production

4:00PM–5:30PM

ROOM: ENG101

ROOM: ENG102

ROOM: ENG-LG2

ROOM: ENG-LG4

ROOM: ENG-LG5

ROOM: ENG-LG6

 

 

Social Housing and Food Production

 

Exploring the Urban Agriculture’s Potential for Community Building and Increased Food Security

Presenter: Emily Martyn, Urban Agriculture & Local Food Specialist, Housing Services Corporation

 

Toronto Community Housing Corp. (TCHC) and Community Garden

Co-Presenter: Utcha Sawyers, Community Food Animation Coordinator,  FoodShare

Co-Presenter: Len Mirander, Community Garden Coordinator, Lorna's One Love Community Garden and Gordonrige Place

Co-Presenter: Gilda C. Crawley, Manager, Community Animation, Community Health Unit, Toronto Community Housing

 

Moderator: Graeme Steward, Associate, ERA Architects

 

Emerging Production Landscapes

 

Design Your Common Space

Co-Presenter: Carolin Mees, Dipl. Ing. Architect;

Co-Presenter: Edie Stone, Director, GreenThumb

 

Plan, Design, and Implement your Urban Market Farm

Presenter:  Brad Peterson, M.LA., OALA, CSLA, Landscape Architect and Environmental Consultant, Environmental Design Collaborative (EDC)

 

Skyfarming: The Next Great Agricultural Revolution?

Presenter: Gordon Graff, Intern Architect, DIALOG

 

Moderator: Dr. Mark Gorgolewski, Professor, Director of Building Science Graduate Programme, Ryerson University

 

Community Development and Social Enterprise

 

Urban Agriculture and Local Food as Catalysts for Community Development in Chicago

Co-Presenter: Harry Rhodes, Executive Director, Growing Home

Co-Presenter: Ray Thompson, Coordinator, Greater Englewood Urban Agriculture Task Force

Co-Presenter: Carlos DeJesús, Assistant Principal, Pedro Abizu Campos High School

Co-Presenter: Brandon Johnson, Executive Director, Washington Park Consortium

 

 

Urban Agriculture as  a Social Enterprise: Challenges and Opportunities

Co-Presenter: Jenny Struyk, MBA, Co-Founder, Director of Strategy & Innovation, Urban Produce Inc.

Co-Presenter: Ran Goel, MSc, LLB, Co-Founder, Fresh City Farms

Co-Presenter: Tara Moreau, PhD, Vice President, Board of Directors, The Society Promoting Environmental Conservation (SPEC)

Co-Presenter: Carly Dunster, LLB,  Food Lawyer, Carly Dunster Law

Moderator: Keir Brownstone, General Manager, GLOBE Inc., Housing Services Corporation

 

Commercial Rooftop  Agriculture

 

Lufa Farms: A Successful Commercial Rooftop Farm In Montreal

Presenter: Kurt D. Lynn, Vice-president and co-founder, Lufa Farms

 

Wearing Many Hats – Growing Food on New York City Roofs

Presenter: Ben Flanner, Head Farmer, President, Brooklyn Grange

 

Moderator: David Cohlmeyer, Sustainable Good Foods Consultant

 

 

Animals in Urban and Peri-Urban Agriculture

 

Can Sheep Cut My Grass Too?

Presenter: Jennifer Osborn, All Sorts Acre

 

Adventures in Urban Hen Keeping

Presenter: Lorraine Johnson, Author

 

Animal Butchering and Animal Welfare

Presenter: Jennifer Blecha, Assistant Professor, Geography and Human Environmental Studies

 

Moderator: Ravenna Nuaimy-Barker, Director, Sustain Ontario

 

Accessing Land for Urban Agriculture

 

Enhancing Food Security: Identifying Land for Urban Agriculture

Presenter: Jennifer Anne Sauter, MA Student, University of Victoria   

  

Transformative Tactics for Land Tenure: Promoting Food Sovereignty through Connecting Communities to Vacant Land

Co-Presenter: Amy Laura Cahn, Garden Justice Legal Initiative, Public Interest Law Center of Philadelphia;

Co-Presenter: Paula Segal, Lead Facilitator, Founder, 596 Acres  

 

Changing the Conversation: New Partners, New Crops and New Ways of Doing Business at Toronto and Region Conservation Authority

Presenter: Sonia Dhir, MCIP RPP, Project Manager, Watershed Management, Toronto and Region Conservation Authority

 

Moderator:

Martin Bailkey, Evaluation and Outreach Coordinator, Growing Power

                       

6:00PM-8:00PM

Toronto Food Policy Council presents:

 

Urban Agriculture Action Plan Celebration, Reception, and Book-Signing

 

Join the Toronto Food Policy Council, Summit partners at the City of Toronto to celebrate the launch of the Toronto Urban Agriculture Action Plan. Plus a special book-signing event featuring Will Allen (Growing Power, author of 'Good Food Revolution'), alongside well-known and respected urban agriculture writers including Wayne Roberts, Lorraine Johnson and others. Take a tour of the Toronto City Hall Green Roof with Steven Peck, Founder and President, Green Roofs for Healthy Cities at 6:00pm. Open to the public.

 

TORONTO CITY HALL ROTUNDA

FRIDAY AUGUST 17

8:30AM–10:00AM

OPENING PLENARY

 

 

Saying Yes To Urban Agriculture:  What It Brings To The City, Why Are People Saying Yes & How Can We Say Yes In The Future?

 

Master of Ceremonies: Wayne Roberts, Canadian Food Policy Analyst and Writer

Erika Allen, Chicago and National Outreach Manager, Growing Power

Martin Blake, Vice-President, Daniels’ Corporation

Sheila Penny, TDSB, Toronto Lands Corporation

Steven Peck, President and Founder, Green Roofs For Healthy Cities

Meg McCallum, Centre Towns Citizens Ottawa Corporation

 

ENG103

10:00AM–10:30AM

COFFEE BREAK

 SSC COURTYARD LOUNGE

 

3.

COMMUNITY BUILDING & SOCIAL HOUSING

DESIGN & INFRASTRUCTURE

SOCIAL ENTERPRISE & BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT

HOW TO, SKILLS, & TECHNOLOGY

ECOLOGY & LANDSCAPE

PLANNING & POLICY

 

 

Exploring urban agriculture’s potential for community building and increased food security

 

 

Leading-edge architectural and landscape design, amazing projects, and innovative infrastructure for small & large-scale urban agriculture production

 

Building the business case and value chain: the economics, financing, marketing and management practice of for-profit and not-for-profit urban agriculture

 

From rooftop gardens to backyard chickens: Innovative technologies, practical skills and engineering solutions supporting and growing urban agricultural production

 

 

City-building from the ground up: Urban Agriculture projects, ideas and initiatives rooted in communities across North America and around the world

 

 

Scaling up urban agriculture: Supportive programs, policies and governance models to grow city-based food production

10:30AM–12NOON

ROOM: ENG101

ROOM: ENG102

ROOM: ENG-LG2

ROOM: ENG-LG4

ROOM: ENG-LG5

ROOM: ENG-LG6

 

 

Urban Food Production and Social Inclusion

 

 

 

Urban Agriculture and the Detroit Experience

Presenter: Malik Yakini, Executive Director, Detroit Black Community Food Security Network

 

Cultural Diversity and Urban Agriculture in Toronto

Presenter: Shewat Zeru, Consultant (Farmer),  AfriCan Food Basket

Presenter: Anan Lololi, Executive Director of African Food Basket

 

Moderator: Gayla Trail, Author, Writer, Photographer, Graphic Designer,  Creator, You Grow Girl

 

Universities’ Role in Urban Agriculture Education

 

 

 

Introducing Urban Horticulture in Architectural Education

Co-Presenters: Leila Marie Farah and June Komisar, and Silviu Anton, Department of Architectural Science, Ryerson University

 

The Productive Collective: a Boston-Based Design/Build Urban Farming Research

Co-Presenter: Kyle Sturgeon, Director of Advanced Studios, Building Technology and Management

Co-Presenter: Marilyn W. Moedinger, LEED AP, Architectural Designer, Utile Inc Architecture + Planning, Boston, MA, Instructor, Boston Architectural College
Co-Presenter: Lauren Shirley, LEED AP, Architecture and Planning Professional, Boston, MA

 

Bridging University and Community through Urban Agriculture Education: Experiences from Portland, Oregon

Presenter: Nathan McClintock, Assistant Professor, Portland State University


Moderator: Mustafa Koc, PhD, Associate Professor, Department of Sociology, Ryerson University

 

The Role Restaurants Can Play In Support Of Urban Agriculture

 

Panelist:

Jamie Kennedy, Executive Chef, Owner, Jamie Kennedy Kitchens

 

Dan Donovan, Founder, Hooked Inc.

 

Collin Thornton, Executive Chef, The Fairmont Royal York

 

Moderator: Vanessa Yu, Outreach and Capacity-Building, Food Forward

 

 

Networking and Community Gardens

 

 

 

Growing Inclusive Community Gardens through Collaborative Partnerships!

Co-Presenter: Carol Popovic, Public Health Nurse, Region of Waterloo Public Health

Co-Presenter: Fanis Juma Radstake, Community Organizer, African Community Wellness Initiative

 

ExtraShare.org: How To Connect Communities Through Gardening

Presenter: Paolo Granelli, Founder ExtraShare.org

 

Coordinating and Networking Community Gardens

Presenter: Clare Wagner, Program Coordinator, Green Venture/Hamilton Community Garden Network


Moderator: Rhonda Teitel-Payne, Urban Agriculture Manager, The Stop Community Food Centre

 

Edible Landscapes

 

 

 

 

RecoveryPark - A Recovering Community Without Walls                       

Co-Presenter: Gary Wozniak, President, Recovery Park

Co-Presenter: Charles Cross, Architect, University of Detroit Mercy

 

Revealing the Hidden Harvest: An Examination of Urban Fruit Tree Projects

Presenter: Bonnie Bartlett, MScPl Student, University of Toronto

 

The Gardens Of A New Generation – How Community And Allotment Gardens Are Changing The Landscape Of The Gardening Industry.                       

Presenter: Mark Cullen, President, Mark’s Choice Ltd.,  Author, 680 News Radio Host, co-host of Canada AM's weekly Gardening segment 

 

Moderator: Gary Wilkins, Humber Watershed Specialist, TRCA

 

Global Perspectives

 

Toronto-Cape Town-Nairobi Exchange On Supporting Urban Agriculture

Co-Presenter: Diana Lee-Smith. Associate, Mazingira Institute

Co-Presenter: Barbara Emanuel, Manager, Toronto Food Strategy, Toronto Public Health

Co-Presenter: Kamba Ankunda, Overseas Program Officer, Rooftops Canada

Moderator: Luc Mougeot, International Development Researcher

 

12NOON-1:30PM

LUNCH

SCC COURTYARD LOUNGE

4.

COMMUNITY BUILDING & SOCIAL HOUSING

DESIGN & INFRASTRUCTURE

SOCIAL ENTERPRISE & BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT

HOW TO, SKILLS, & TECHNOLOGY

PLANNING & POLICY

 

 

Exploring urban agriculture’s potential for community building and increased food security

 

 

Leading-edge architectural and landscape design, amazing projects, and innovative infrastructure for small & large-scale urban agriculture production

 

Building the business case and value chain: the economics, financing, marketing and management practice of for-profit and not-for-profit urban agriculture

 

From rooftop gardens to backyard chickens: Innovative technologies, practical skills and engineering solutions supporting and growing urban agricultural production

 

 

Scaling up urban agriculture: Supportive programs, policies and governance models to grow city-based food production

1:30PM–3:00PM

ROOM: ENG101

ROOM: ENG102

ROOM: ENG-LG2

ROOM: ENG-LG4

ROOM: ENG-LG5

ROOM: ENG-LG6

 

 

Lessons Learned from Cuba

 

Co-Presenter: Miguel Salcines López, Organoponico Vivero Alamar

Co-Presenter: Isis Salcines Milla, Organoponico Vivero Alamar

 

Co-Presenters: Marcela Fresolone, Director of Housing Evangel Hall; Larry O'Connor, Vice President, Canadian National Exhibition (CNE), Chair CNE Agriculture/Horticulture Committee

 

Moderator: Mary Roufail, Community Food Animation Coordinator, FoodShare Toronto

 

 

Transforming of Spaces through Urban Agriculture

 

 

 

Re-Imagining Spaces/Building Community: Urban Gardening in Detroit

 

Co-Presenter: Gwen Meyer, Garden Manager, Lafayette Greens, Compuware Corporation

Co-Presenter: Lindsay Pielack, Urban Garden Program Manager, Greening of Detroit 

 

Urban Farming: The Roots of Greener Cities

Co-Presenter: Mark Morrison, President, Mark K Morrison Landscape Architecture PC

Co-Presenter: Annie Novak, Director, Representing Eagle Street Rooftop Farm

 

Moderator: Aimee Carson, Manager, Community Development, Evergreen

 

Growing & Selling World Crops in the City

 

 

Co-Presenter: Amy Cheng, Farmer, Red Pocket Farm and Fresh City Farms

Co-Presenter: Dr. Isabelle Lesschaeve, Research Director-Consumer Insights, Vineland Research and Innovation Centre

Co-Presenter: Emily Van Halem, Coordinator, World Crops Project

 

Moderator: Jennifer Stevenson, Manager, Ministry of Agriculture Development Branch, OMAFRA

 

Community Food Centres and Urban Agriculture

 

 

In Every Community A Place For Food: The expansion of The Stop’s Community Food Centre Model

Presenter: Elizabeth Fraser, Project Coordinator, The Stop Community Food Centre

 

From Neighbourhood Meals-on-Wheels to Community Food Centre: Lessons Learned from Santropol Roulant

Presenter: Tim Murphy, Director of Sustainability and Urban Agriculture, Santropol Roulant

 

Moderator: Jordan Edmonds, Architectural Designer, Hilditch Architect

 

From Victory Gardens to Municipal Food Strategies: The Past, Present and Future Of Urban Agriculture

 

Co-Presenter: Debbie Field, Executive Director, FoodShare

 

Co-Presenter: Wendy Mendes, PhD, School of Community  and Regional Planning, University of British Columbia

 

Co-Presenter: Gaëlle Janvier, Project coordinator Alternatives                       

 

Moderator: Wally Seccombe, Everdale

 

Supporting Urban Agriculture In Toronto: Municipal Policy Levers Across City Divisions

 

 

 

Panelists: Mark Bekkering, Manager, Implementation and Support, Toronto Environment Office; Barbara Emanuel, Manager, Toronto Food Strategies, Toronto Public Health; Christian Giles, City Planning; Yafit Rokach, Program Standards and Development Officer, Parks, Forestry and Recreation; Michael Wolfson, Food and Beverage Sector Specialist, Economic Development

 

Moderator: Lauren Baker, PhD, Toronto Food Policy Council

 

5.

COMMUNITY BUILDING & SOCIAL HOUSING

DESIGN & INFRASTRUCTURE

SOCIAL ENTERPRISE & BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT

ECOLOGY & LANDSCAPE

PLANNING & POLICY

 

 

Exploring urban agriculture’s potential for community building and increased food security

 

 

Leading-edge architectural and landscape design, amazing projects, and innovative infrastructure for small & large-scale urban agriculture production

 

 

Building the business case and value chain: the economics, financing, marketing and management practice of for-profit and not-for-profit urban agriculture

 

City-building from the ground up: Urban Agriculture projects, ideas and initiatives rooted in communities across North America and around the world

 

 

Scaling up urban agriculture: Supportive programs, policies and governance models to grow city-based food production

3:15PM–4:15PM

ROOM: ENG101

ROOM: ENG102

ROOM: ENG-LG2

ROOM: ENG-LG4

ROOM: ENG-LG5

ROOM: ENG-LG6

 

 

Kids and Kale: Learning Gardens for Youth

 

 

 

Yes! It’s Possible To Grow Rice In New York City

Co-Presenter: Phyllis Odessey, Director of Horticulture, Randall’s Island Park Alliance

Co-Presenter: Eunyoung Sebazco, Horticulture Manager, Randall’s Island Park Alliance

 

Edible School Garden

Presenter: Giovanna Capuani, Board Member, Green Thumbs Growing Kids 

Moderator: Beth McMahon, Director, Canadian Organic Growers

 

 

The Art of Edible/Medicinal Public Gardens

 

 

Presenter: Topher Delaney, Artist/ Studio Director, T. Delaney Inc - SEAM Studio

 

Moderator: James Kuhns, MetroAg Alliance

 

Mimicking Nature to Create Urban Agriculture Cooperatives

 

Co-Presenter: Antonio Gomes, Farmer & Engineer, Urban Crops Inc & NuAAg

Co-Presenter: Eric Rosenkrantz, Owner, Rosenkrantz Sustainable Agriculture

 

Moderator: Hannah Renglich, Local Organic Food Coop

 

 

Up Against Goliath: How To Compete Against Giants And Win

 

Presenter: Michael Olson, Author/Host, Mo Multimedia

 

Moderator: Reg Noble, PhD, Academic Coordinator, Food Security Certificate Program, Ryerson University

 

Eating Ecologies: Designing Productive Urban Ecosystems

 

Co-Presenter: Matthew Potteiger, Professor, Dept. of Landscape Architecture, State University of New York

Co-Presenter: Marla R. Emery, PhD., Research Geographer, USDA Forest Service, Northern Research Station

 

Moderator: J. Scott Maclvor, PhD Candidate, York University

 

Creating a Toolkit for Community Food Project Development   

                   

Co-Presenter: Erin Nelson, Research Assistant, University of Guelph

Co-Presenter: Ryan Hayhurst, PhD Student, University of Guelph

Co-Presenter: Karen Landman, Associate Professor, University of Guelph

Co-Presenter: Alison Blay-Palmer, Assistant Professor, Wilfrid Laurier University

 

Moderator: Jeff O’Donnell, Team lead, Healthy Eating, OMAFRA

4:30PM–5:30PM

CLOSING PLENARY

 

 

Urban Agriculture Summit Declaration


 

ENG SEARS ATRIUM

6:30PM–9:00PM

THE STOP EVENING EVENT                       

 

 

Wrapping up several days of exciting programming, delegates will come together at historic Wychwood Barns (76 Wychwood Avenue, Toronto, ON) to enjoy a 'typically Canadian' BBQ showcasing selected seasonal and local ingredients including burgers, corn, salad and a selection of micro-brewed beer.  Sponsored by Whole Foods, and presented by The Stop Community Food Centre. Featuring Steam Whistle, Black Oak, and Flying Monkey beer.

 

THE STOP COMMUNITY FOOD CENTRE – WYCHWOOD BARNS

 

Green Roof Professionals (GRP) can earn up to 12.25 Continuing Education Units (CEU) by attending the Urban Agriculture Summit

How To, Skills, & Technology: Rooftop Food Production session has been successfully reviewed and approved by GBCI for 1.5 CE Hours

Online registration is now closed.
 
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