Black Farmers & Urban Gardeners Conference, NYC

Growing Wealth, Health and Justice in Our Communities
Location: Brooklyn College, Brooklyn, NY; Date: November 19 - 21,  2010
This November, hundreds will gather to answer one question of increasing importance in the black community: What’s for dinner in your neighborhood…and who’s behind it?”  Join your neighbors from across the nation and honorable keynote speaker Will Allen, founder and CEO of Growing Power, Inc., for the first annual Black Farmers and Urban Gardeners Conference on November 19 – 21, 2010 at Brooklyn College in New York, NY.

The conference will convene concerned citizens from variety of backgrounds—educators, food activists, gardeners, chefs, community leaders, health professionals and more.
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As we work together to finalize this dynamic event, we encourage you to share your expertise at this national forum.
To facilitate a workshop, download the attached request for proposals (RFP) or send an email to
To volunteer, please email
There are many sponsorship opportunities available. To learn more, contact Meredith Taylor at
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6 Comments on Black Farmers & Urban Gardeners Conference, NYC

  1. I am seeking sponsorship for the November 19-21 conference at Brooklyn College. I am an active volunteer with several nutrition groups as well as Brooklyn Rescue Mission, Bainbridge St., Bklyn, NY. I am on a fixed budget and would be grateful for the sponsorship. I am eager to bring the info back to my Bedford-Stuyvesant community. One of the organizations I volunteer with is Northeast Brooklyn Housing Development Corporation, 132 Ralph Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11232. Telephone 718-4530-9490. Ms. Lisa Everett is the Director of our food pantry – Golden Harvest. Our organization, NEBHDCO is in the planning stages of opening an indoor farmers market right in the heart of Bed-Stuy! I am positive that your weekend conference will afford us a precious amount of information so that we can progressively move forward in a timely way. Won’t ypu please consider sponsorship for one or two of our NEBHDCO outreach coordinators. I can give references from Brooklyn Rescue Mission from the Reverends Jackson, as well as City Harvest. I attend a cooking class and a food and nutricion class with them. I have never been absent in over a year from one of their programs. I appreciate your time and attention in this matter. You can reach me by cell phone at 718-341-5683.


    Sophia Durall, Community Outreach Coordinator

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  3. My name is Maria,I am from Brooklyn College Department of Environmental Health & Safety. I need to know If and whom will be attending the May 11,2017 Sustainability Fair? Please call me at 718-951-5400.

  4. What is your phone number to reach you?

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