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Saturday, December 3 • 11:00am - 12:00pm
S14: The Future of Sustainable Food Production in a Time of Climate Change. Sponsored by California Almonds.

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For those of us who live in California and work in food, the state's historic drought is never far from our minds. In fact, a sizeable majority of many American fruits, vegetables and nuts are produced in California, with more than 80 percent of the world's almonds production in the state. This workshop is led by Molly Spence, North American Director at the Almond Board of California, and joined by Kwani Brown and Graison S. Grill from Bellagarde Bakery of New Orleans.

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Kawani Brown

Kawani A.J Brown is a vegan mother, author and founder of Crafty Earth Mama, the Healthy Babies ad Kids Expo and Long Beach Vegan Festival. She lives in California with her husband and two children. Kawani is committed to raising awareness about Natural Living through her writing, classes, workshops and holding community events. Her recently published children’s book, “Where Does Dinner Come From?” is the first in... Read More →

Graison S. Gill

Graison S. Gill from New Orleans based Bellagarde Bakery, who’s mission is to; restore justice and foster equality is to remediate the land. Respect for ourselves derives from respect for nature, first and last. If we do not respect the system of life, we will have no moral ecology... Read More →

Molly Spence

Molly Spence, Director of North America, Almond Board of CaliforniaMolly Spence is a seasoned professional in the food world, with more than two decades of experience developing and executing strategy for food-related companies, associations and government programs. Currently Molly... Read More →

Saturday December 3, 2016 11:00am - 12:00pm CST

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