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Dec 6

Tennessee Local Food Summit – Dec. 6-8, 2019

December 6, 2019 @ 5:00 pm - December 8, 2019 @ 12:00 pm

Posted by TN Local Food Summit

Middle Tennessee farmland once fed Nashville, and it will again. As a peak year-end event fostering this change, the Tennessee Local Food Summit is taking place December 6-8, 2019 at Harpeth Hall School, 3801 Hobbs Rd, Nashville, TN.

The Tennessee Local Food Summit is an annual conference in Nashville, TN that was started in 2010 by a local organic and biodynamic farmer Jeff Poppen, aka Barefoot Farmer. As usual, the 2019 Tennessee Local Food Summit will feature a full day of educational workshops, keynote speakers, gourmet meals, chef demos, networking opportunities, and a vendor/trade show reflected in our full schedule. The Track schedule of the summit conveniently outlines the topics by interest, such as Community, Economics, Farming, Gardening, School Gardens, Authors, Health, and Chef Demos. We invite all gardeners, farmers, food justice activists, chefs, restaurateurs, and food enthusiasts to join together as we celebrate and grow our local food movement backed by our amazing sponsors.  Please feel free to purchase the tickets and check out our volunteer opportunities on the summit’s website at tnlocalfood.com.

The main campus location for activities at Harpeth Hall School will be in the Daugh W. Smith Middle School building. The designated parking area can be accessed from Hobbs Road and Estes Road.

There are more photos of the summit on the TN Local Food Summit profile at Your Green Homestead.

Details

Start:
December 6, 2019 @ 5:00 pm
End:
December 8, 2019 @ 12:00 pm
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Website:
https://tnlocalfood.com/

Venue

Harpeth Hall School
3801 Hobbs Rd
Nashville, TN 37215 United States
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Phone:
(615) 297-9543
Website:
https://www.harpethhall.org/

Organizer

Tennessee Local Food Summit
Phone:
(901) 626-7760
Email:
natalie.ashker@gmail.com
Website:
https://tnlocalfood.com/

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