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Slow Food NYC Food Almanac 2016 - Food and Farm Wages, Exploring Pay Equity in our Food System
Brooklyn Winery
Brooklyn, NY
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Since 1818, farmers have relied on the Farmers' Almanac for homey wit and uncannily accurate weather predictions to inform their planting, harvesting, and day-to-day living.  In 2016, Slow Food New York City, continuing a Food Systems Network NYC tradition, will sponsor the Sixth Annual Food Almanac, a food and farming prognostication inspired by the Farmers' Almanac.  

The Food Almanac is a singular opportunity for food-active individuals to consider a food and farming policy issue for the New Year. Slow Food NYC believes in Good, Clean, and Fair Food for All, including those who labor to put food on our tables;farmers, ranchers, fishers, processors, and distributors.  This year, a panel including farmers, a restaurateur, advocates, and a policy maker will speculate on an incredibly important aspect of food and farming - financial compensation for those laboring in the food system.  What does the Fight for $15 in Fast Food mean for the larger food system, including our small-scale family farmers and farm workers?  How do we create a more equitable pay scale for front and back of house restaurant workers?  What does the no-tipping movement mean for restaurateurs and diners?  How can family farmers afford to continue operating their farms when labor costs rise?  Can food prices rise, and what would be the impact on our most vulnerable eaters?  The Food Almanac is NOT just Food for Thought.  Attendees also will enjoy networking, local wine and beer, and delicious seasonal snacks at Brooklyn Winery.

Panel:
Jody Bolluyt, Farmer and CSA Operator, Roxbury Farm
Charles Khan, Organizing Director, Strong Economy for All Coalition
Dania Rajendra, Director, National High Road Program, Restaurant Opportunities Center (ROC) United
Nathan Rosenberg, Legal Fellow, Natural Resources Defense Council, New York City
Andrew Tarlow, Restaurateur, Entrepreneur, and SFNYC Snailblazer
Hector Tejada, Farmer and CSA Operator, Canuco Farm
Moderator:
Kate Ferranti, Member, Slow Food NYC Board of Directors and Business Operations Manager, The Cleaver Company

Proceeds from this unique, informative, and fun event, produced by the SFNYC Food and Farm Policy Committee, will benefit Urban Harvest, the SFNYC program of good food education for New York City children at 16 schools around the City and on a tuition-free, educational, urban farm in East New York, Brooklyn.  Urban Harvest activities include edible gardens, cooking classes, field trips and class visits, good food courses and activities, farm-to-cafeteria days, and student-run "farm stands," offering fresh, local produce to the community.  Each year, Urban Harvest reaches more than 2,000 children.
                 
Date: Tuesday,February 9, 2016
Time: 6:30 PM to 9:30 PM
Location: Brooklyn Winery, 213 North 8th St. (btwn. Driggs & Roebling),Brooklyn, 11211
Tickets:
Slow Food Members - $45*
Non-members - $55*

*If you cannot attend, you can still support Urban Harvest by contributing at http://www.nycharities.org/give/donate.aspx?cc=2740

Host Committee:
Hilary Baum, Baum Forum, Public Market Partners, and Chefs for the Marcellus
Mary Cleaver, Restaurateur, Caterer, and SFNYC Snailblazer
Fern Gale Estrow, Founder and Leader, FGE Food & Nutrition Team
Peter Hoffman, Chef/Restaurateur and SFNYC Snailblazer
Andrew Tarlow, Restaurateur, Entrepreneur, and SFNYC Snailblazer
Bill Telepan, Chef/Restaurateur, School Food Activist, and SFNYC Snailblazer
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Brooklyn Winery (View)
213 N. 8th St.
Brooklyn, NY 11211
United States

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Minimum Age: 21
Kid Friendly: No
Dog Friendly: No
Non-Smoking: Yes!
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!

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