Are you searching for alternative resources for healthy food for your family but don't want to spend an entire paycheck? Do you want to know why it's difficult to find fresh food in certain neighborhoods? In this workshop, Darriel Harris, project officer for the Baltimore Food and Faith Project, will discuss alternative methods to source healthy food, such as community supported agriculture (CSA), gleaning, and community gardening, and address issues of living and working in a food desert. He will also speak about the Baltimore Food and Faith Project, a program of the Johns Hopkins School of Public Health's Center for a Livable Future, and share healthy lifestyle practices that suit your budget and are sustainable.
Thursday, Feb. 12, East Baltimore, noon to 1 p.m. Friday, Feb. 27, Keswick, noon to 1 p.m.
You may attend either session. The Johns Hopkins Shuttle makes frequent runs between both campuses. For more information on shuttle schedules, visit http://ts.jhu.edu/shuttles. Register online or call 443-997-7000.
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