EVENT: Local Food Accessibility – Sequim Nov.12th 6-8PM

L-FAN Nourish flyer

With the Congress set to reduce food stamp funding on Friday November 1st, understanding how to get local food is even more important for many of those needing a decent meal. Often farms have gleanings available, or have slightly older food that they may be willing to donate if you live in the neighborhood.

(The Local Food Access Network (L-FAN) is sponsoring an event on November 12, 2013 at Nourish, our new organic Sequim restaurant. The topic is Bountiful Clallam and will featuring Clea Rome. Clea is the University of Washington Extension Agent in Clallam County that works with local farmers to help them increase sustainable production and markets. This should be an informative meeting and will be followed by a discussion of what we can do to support local food accessibility.

Nourish is open for dinner and it is Taco Night! Come early and bring your tacos upstairs to the Community Meeting Room. It is all organic and gluten free

What: “Bountiful Clallam” Local folks discuss local fare
When: Tuesday, November 12, 2013 Time: 6:00 – 8:00pm
Where: Nourish Restaurant 1345 S. Sequim Ave. (Old Cedarbrook Garden Café)
Featuring: Clea Rome
Sponsored by: Local Food Access Network

Contact for additional information or questions: Carrol Hull 360 683-5199
cahull@msn.com

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