Risk, Resiliency and Super Storms: What’s Food Got To Do With It?

Monday, July 15, 2013

Community Food Funders, a philanthropic organizing project comprised of several PNY members, recently held a three-part breakfast series to explore the effects of Hurricanes Irene and Sandy on local food systems and how we can increase the resiliency of our food distribution infrastructure in the face of climate change and future disasters.

We’re pleased to have Amara Foster, Senior Program Associate for Sustainable Environments at the Surdna Foundation and a member of the Community Food Funders Steering Committee, provide us with a recap of the series.
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