Livestream Nov. 10th: Beefing Up Farm to School in New York

November 8, 2022

Beef cows on pasture

We've been told beef is "what's for dinner," but it also has a special place on the public plate. Nutritionally, beef packs a punch with iron, numerous vitamins, and protein; and beef provides important income for over 5,000 family farms across New York. 

In this Free Range Conversations™ event with American Farmland Trust, you’ll learn about what AFT and the Farm to Institution New York State (FINYS) team is doing to support more New York grown and raised food in schools, including local beef! Mikaela Perry, AFT’s New York policy manager and lead author on the forthcoming New York Beef Guide, will facilitate a conversation with key players working to ‘beef up’ farm to school from pasture to plate.

Join us to have your questions answered live by some of the leading experts in New York. 

What: Beefing up Farm to School with New York Products - a live Free Range Conversations™ event

When: Thursday, November 10, 2022 @ 1:30 p.m. ET / 10:30 a.m. PT

How to Participate: You can view and participate in the conversation on the social media platform of your choice. Simply click one of the links below to set a reminder or when the event begins to be directed straight to the live stream. Return to this page to find a recording following the livestream! 

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