Join us on August 10th for the second education event of the Summer Semester as we continue our discussion on food equity. SBR is excited to take you on a tour of the Massachusetts Avenue Project (MAP) – a nonprofit food hub and urban farm that passionately advocates for food equity and accessibility by connecting communities to fresh, locally sourced food.
During this event, you’ll explore MAP’s one-acre urban farm and discover more about their 13 city-wide Mobile Market sites, that bring healthy food options to underserved neighborhoods. We’ll also learn about MAP’s youth employment and training program, explore their shared-use commercial kitchen that supports local small businesses, and hear more about their community education initiatives.
We look forward to learning more about MAP’s mission to nurture the growth of a diverse and equitable local food system and empower youth through social change and education.
When: Thursday, August 10th, 5:30 – 7:30 pm
Where: 387 Massachusetts Ave, Buffalo, NY 14213
Attention Employees of Member Businesses: SBR is transitioning to a new event registration system. Create a profile that will link you with your organization and simplify future event registration. Your profile must be linked with your employer’s membership to receive member pricing for events.
Once your profile is created, we will register you for the August 10th. You will receive an email confirmation confirming the process is complete. If you have any questions or need assistance registering for the event, please contact Bea Goldthwait.