Nov 2: Sustainable Alternatives to a Culture in Crisis, Celebrate Madison Market’s 30th Aniversary

Come hear CAGJ’s Director, Heather Day, and two of CAGJ’s Advisory Board members, Viki Sonntag and Derek Hoshiko, speak on a panel with other “local food heroes” at Madison Market’s 30th Anniversary event at Hugo House!
Living our Cooperative Values: Sustainable Alternatives to a Culture in Crisis
Sunday November 2 at Richard Hugo House, 1:00 to 3:00 p.m.
Community leaders share reasons for hope

  • Richard Conlin, Seattle City Council
  • Heather Day, Community Alliance for Global Justice
  • Diane Dempster, Charlie’s Produce
  • Gretchen Garth, 21 Acres Center for Local Food and Sustainable Living
  • Derek Hoshiko, Seattle Business Alliance for Local Living Economies
  • Dan Hulse, Tacoma Food Co-op
  • Rev. Robert L Jeffrey, Sr, Black Dollar Days Task Force
  • Sue McGann, Marra Farm
  • Mark McIntyre, Cascade Harvest Coalition
  • Laura Niemi, Seattle Tilth Association
  • Dr. Viki Sonntag, EcoPraxis
  • webster walker, Central Co-op’s Madison Market (moderator)

Economic, ecological and political crises are disrupting our culture. Our panel of farmers, activists, organizers, business and political leaders are creating ways to live that meet human needs, strengthen our local food economy, and sustain the Earth. Learn about:

–    Changes that our world and our communities need to achieve
–    Projects that work toward these needed changes
–    How you can support this work and help create the world we need


12 noon: Golden Heron Gamelan Orchestra
1 – 3 p.m.: Community panel: “Sustainable alternatives to a culture in
3 – 5 p.m.: Music and dance with Tor Dietrichson and Mambo Cadillac
4 – 4:15 p.m.: Happy birthday Central Co-op! Birthday cake and
recognitions Food and drink provided; visit the co-op history display;
children’s activities; no admission charge

Richard Hugo House 1634 11th Avenue in Seattle, east of Cal Anderson
Park on Capitol Hill For more information call Madison Market
206.329.1545 or e-mail [email protected]

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