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Crowdfunding the 3rd European Community Supported Agriculture meeting in Ostrava

Let's identify a shared vision for food distribution systems committed to Food Sovereignty in Europe.

With the Third European Community Supported Agriculture meeting we want to identify a shared vision for food distribution systems committed to Food Sovereignty in Europe, define future thematic focuses and strenghtening organizational structure of european CSA network on 16th-18th. September 2016 in Ostrava, Czech Republic.

Our aim is to identify a shared vision for food distribution systems committed to Food Sovereignty in Europe, define future thematic focuses and strengthen the organizational structure of the European CSA network.

We are calling all European Community Supported Agriculture members, food activists, farmers and consumers to support this cause by visiting our campaign page on the Indiegogo platform by clicking the link on the right side.

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Locally-based economic model of agriculture and food distribution.

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Is there anyone from Urgenci near or in NY City who could go to this meeting? If so there are many important things we need to input that have been only partially included in the Zero Draft or indeed not at all on the issue of feeding the cities and Community Land Trusts to support feeding the cities (they are mentioned, but only for housing) and other aspects. If there is anyone available, pm or email me please! Elizabeth Henderson, Benjamin Shute ... See MoreSee Less

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