We will educate and connect our community around the dynamics of building a regional, ethical and resilient food system, providing networking and resource sharing opportunities.
Often referred to as “People of the Book,” the Jewish religion is agricultural in origin and we aim to embrace our heritage as a “People of the Land.” We will gather just after the holiday of Shavuot, the Biblical start of the wheat harvest, and celebration of the receiving of the 10 commandments, our guiding principles.
May 31st, 2020
2:00 p.m. -6:00 p.m.
Gann Academy, Waltham, MA
At the core of this community connection-focused event are the organizational sponsors and vendors. You can see our sponsorship options here for ways to get involved.
Building on our seven years of running the Boston Jewish Food Conference, we have expanded the scope of our event to reach a wider audience. As an added bonus, this will be the first large-scale event open to the whole community hosted on the Gann Farm! The afternoon will include local organizations, hands-on garden activities, expert panelists, local companies, kosher, ethical snacks, and live music.
Stay tuned for registration and volunteer opportunities!