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Social Eats convenes and educates Bay Area young professionals on the complexities of the global food system and local food shed. Through curated events, panel discussions and our online community, Social Eats cultivates thought leaders and advocates of the sustainable food movement.

Don’t miss this year’s Edible Education 101 course, The Rise and Future of the Food Movement,  instructed by Michael Pollan and Raj Patel at UC Berkeley.

Twelve lectures will focus on the future of food through conversations with leaders of the food movement around the world. 

Lectures will take place from 6:30-8:30, beginning January 27th. Free tickets are made available for the public and all lectures will be recorded and posted online.

Get Food Education in Every School is a national initiative created by Food Day and the Jamie Oliver Food Foundation (USA) to raise awareness about the vital importance of food education in schools across America. If you believe in this vision show your support and sign on!

Join us on May 10 for the annual Plant Sale and Celebration at the Edible Schoolyard Berkeley! 

Spend a fun day in the garden enjoying delicious food, spirited music, student-guided tours, and more. 

Edible education is making an impact in communities all over the world. Learn about the innovative work being done and support the incredible people doing it. If you have a program, join the network and share your story!

Don't miss these tips on how to get the most out of the Edible Schoolyard Network.

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