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2nd Annual City Growers Education Conference (CGEC), February 11, 2017

City Growers’ Education Conference will engage educators in a day-long event
geared towards facilitating conversations around urban farm education best
practices, and creating links between educators, farmers, community gardeners,
public employees and funders in New York City.

Here’s how to get involved:
ATTEND – Join fellow educators, non-profits, urban farmers, gardeners,
government officials, community organizers and more as we learn, share, and
celebrate different strategies and innovative lessons for bringing food & farm
education into your classroom or community. Register today!

PRESENT – CGEC workshops center around food and farm education in an urban
setting. Our Request for Workshop Proposals is open at this time. Please
review the guidelines, and submit your proposals here. Proposals are due by
Thursday, January 12.

TABLE – Promote your business or organization & connect with over 350
attendees! More details here. Interested parties should email
conference@citygrowers.org to reserve a table.

VOLUNTEER – Interested in helping out the day of the conference? Message us at
conference@citygrowers.org to get involved.

SPONSOR – Your support can help grow this movement. Get in touch to learn
about sponsorship opportunities.

We are greatly looking forward to the coming together of all our mission-
driven organizations, and hope you can be a part of it. Please share with
other educators and institutions in your community!

For more announcements and updates, visit cgec.splashthat.com or follow us on
Instagram.

 

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