You Are What You Eat: The Rise of Urban Farming in San Diego
Registration is now closed, walk-in registration is $30
Creating a more sustainable food future begins with us. You are, after all, what you eat. Join the San Diego Green Building Council for a panel discussion on urban farming, food sourcing, and the growing farm-to-table movement. This event will also include a tour of a working organic farm located at City College.
Panelists for this exciting event include:
-Adam Hiner, owner of Local Habit Restaurant and Eco Caters
- Michaela Schimpf, Regional Marketing and PR Coordinator at Jimbo's...Naturally, local San Diego grocery chain
-Paul Maschka, instructor, Seeds@City Urban Farming and Agriculture Program
Come enjoy delicious organic locally sourced appetizers from Eco-Caterers while you network and learn about organic food options in San Diego. And join us for an after party at the Local Habit to continue the conversation!
This event will be held at:
San Diego City College
1313 Park Blvd
San Diego, CA 92101
Building A, Room 101*
Please refer to the links below for a map of the campus and parking information. You can find metered parking on the street or you can park in the new Parking Structure 3 located on 15th and 16th streets between Broadway and C Street.
Meet at the Classroom A101 to kick off the event.
City College Map
This session will be eligible for 1.5 hours of GBCI credential maintenance, under 'GBCI-Approved' Activity Type, for either 'Sustainable Sites', 'Project Surroundings and Public Outreach', and 'Stakeholder Involvement in Innovation'.