This summer, we will be heading to New York City for the entire month of July 2019. Our time will be spent producing music events, community gatherings, interactive art experiences, and action days – all focused on supporting social and environmental work surrounding new urban food systems.

We will infuse the heart of the Big Apple with unique and peak experiences that empower the regenerative movement, while also leaving a positive impact.

EVENT CALENDAR

Dinner & Dialogue
An evening on New Urban Food Systems
July 7th At North Brooklyn Farms

Dinner & Dialogue

An evening on New Urban Food Systems

July 7th At North Brooklyn Farms
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Oasis Reflections 
Meditation, Music, Dance, and Art
July 12th  at Deer Studios, Manhattan

Oasis Reflections

Meditation, Music, Dance, and Art

July 12th at Deer Studios, Manhattan
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PARADISE LOFT
W/ JOEY LLANOS & DOUGLAS SHERMAN

Benefitting ReThink Food NYC

JULY 19TH AT GOOD ROOM, BROOKLYN
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REGENERATION CELEBRATION

BENEFITTING PEACE ACCELERATORS
+ ELIZABETH ST GARDENS

JULY 20TH AT ELIZABETH ST GARDENS
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I Am This

Geodesic theater Experience + Freehold events

July 22nd – 26th at Freehold, BROOKLYN
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JULY 22ND LOBBY COMEDY
FREE
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JULY 24TH QUESTION PARTY!?
FREE
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CAUTIOUS CLAY

PRESENTED BY GUAYAKI AND FREEHOLD

JULY 25TH At FREEHOLD, BROOKLYN
PRIVATE: FREEHOLD MEMBERS ONLY

COME TO LIFE: NYC CLOSING PARTY

W/ KWEKU COLLINS & CLIMBING POETREE

JULY 26TH AT FREEHOLD, BROOKLYN
FREE – RSVP@Freeholdbrooklyn.com
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THE CAUSE

Our current food system is a major contributor to countless social, economic, health and environmental issues we face as a global society. Major U.S. cities sit on top of food deserts. Billions of dollars worth of food produced is discarded, while millions of families struggle with food insecurity. Rainforests are destroyed for cattle ranching and monocrop farming. Delocalization of food requires supply chains that emit enormous levels of greenhouse gases.

Despite these absurdities, our food system has the potential to provide important and viable solutions for social and environmental change. In New York, we will support and connect the community of change-makers who are redefining our relationship with food, exploring new urban food systems, and educating the public on other regenerative paths forward.