PHILADELPHIA — Join Philadelphia Society for Promoting Agriculture for “Hemp: A Building Block for Resilient Communities” with speaker Judy Wicks, a pioneer in the farm to table movement (White Dog Cafe), philanthropist, founder of @AllTogetherNow PA and more. Thursday April 7 with two options: 11:45 for lunch at the Union League of Philadelphia OR 1 pm virtually by Zoom.
“As we face climate emergency and the vulnerability of global supply chains, the versatile hemp plant can play an important role in building regional self-reliance. Not long after the 80-year ban on hemp was lifted, the nonprofit All Together Now Pennsylvania saw the opportunity to shape this new industry in a way that provides basic needs of food, textiles, medicine and building material, while also creating opportunity for marginalized rural and urban communities.” Registration is required! For lunch tickets ($35) click here http://pspaonline.com/member-luncheon-tickets/ for Zoom (free) send an email request to firstname.lastname@example.org.
–Philadelphia Society for Promoting Agriculture