Many of us know that problems plague America’s food system, but how often do we hear about the solutions? Local author Katherine Gustafson set out to uncover hopeful alternatives that can make our way of eating more sustainable, satisfying, and fair. Her new book, Change Comes to Dinner, takes us into farms, markets, organizations, and businesses across America that are pushing us toward a better food future. Influential figures in the D.C. food movement join Katherine in a conversation about the positive side of the food movement in D.C. and beyond.
Panelists include: Katherine Gustafson; Mike Curtin, CEO, D.C. Central Kitchen; Bernadine Prince, Co-Executive Director, DC FreshFarm Market; and Sara Polon aka “Soupergirl,” owner of Soupergirl. Book signing to follow.
Admission: Tickets are $10 or receive 1 FREE ticket with the purchase of the book through Sixth & I ($15). Tickets can be purchased online or by calling TicketFly (877.435.9849). There is a $1.50 fee per ticket for phone orders. Doors open at 6:00 pm.