The Foodshed Forum (TFF) is a multi-platform educational and convening initiative. Our integrated programs: Fairfield County Foodshed Summit, CT Foodshed Tours and Experimental and Cultivation Events, amplify community-based initiatives that are transforming our food system. We bridge initiatives and communities throughout Fairfield County, and beyond, by strengthening the connections between food system thought partners. The Forum provides tangible actionable steps and practices individuals can take in support of an equitable, resilient and regional foodshed.

TFF's platforms facilitate the cross-pollination of ideas and best practices among food justice activists, farmers, producers, municipal leaders, policy makers, educators, youth, philanthropists, food enthusiasts and anyone who is interested in connecting and learning about local food. TFF frames the industrial food system through a racial justice lens. Programs integrate historical context to the story of land, farming and the arch of global food production including its through-line as an harmful system, while highlighting initiatives that center care for community and work to reweave, repair and heal our social and ecological fabric.

Historial Foodways:
Seed, Hearth & Taste

in collaboration with 
Perrot Memorial Library

Presenting
A General's Cook
with Ramin Ganeshram

April 24, 2024
7:00 - 8:30

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CT Food System Transformation:
Pathways Towards Equity and Resilience

in partnership with 
Foundation House

April 26, 2024
8:30am - 11:30am

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F O O D S H E D  F O R U M
2022 + 2023

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THE FOODSHED FORUM is in collaboration
with Greenwich Conservation Commission

  
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ROOTED IN SOLIDARITY:
a CT Food Justice Gathering

April 20, 2024
9:30 - 4:00
Meriden Public Library

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