With Keynote Speaker: Marty Strange,co-founder of the Center for Rural Affairs and author of Family Farming: a New Economic Vision
Introduced by UW-Madison Prof. Jack Kloppenburg, coordinator of the Opne Source Seed Initiative (OSSI)
Sat. March 14th 5:00 – 9:00 pm
UW-Madison’s Pyle Center
(702 Langdon St., Madison WI)
Among the current sponsors of this year’s John Kinsman prize which FFD is especially proud to recognize are: Jean Kinsman, Food and Water Watch, Hiroshi and Arlene Kanno, Willy St. Co-op, John Adamowski, Cornucopia Institute, Jim and Rebecca Goodman (Northwood Farms), Midwest Environmental Advocates, John and Mary Ann Kinsman, Viroqua Food Co-op, Tony Schultz and Kat Becker (Stoney Acres Farm), Farley Center for Peace Justice and Sustainability, M. Grace Grzanek, Pete Hardin (the Milkweed), Krueger Printing, and Bill Anderson (Creme de la Coulee).
Preceded from 12:00 Noon – 4:00 pm by the
Family Farm Defenders Annual Meeting
With updates on such issues as the dairy crisis, frack
sand mining, climate justice, genetically modified
organisms, and factory farm struggles, as well as board
elections. The public is most welcome to attend!
Award Dinner tickets are $50 per person
($35 for low income or student)
You can purchase your ticket online here JK Prize Dinner Tickets!
For more info, contact FFD: tel. 608-260-0900 email: email@example.com