Recommended to Present at 8th National Heirkoom Expo by YourEnchantedGardener .....
Recommended to Present at 8th National Heirkoom Expo
Date: 3/28/2018 10:37:49 PM ( 4 y ago)
I am recommending that there be a panel organized by the Regenerative Agriculture Alliance at the The 8th annual National Heirloom Exposition, Santa Rosa, CA sept 11-12-13, 2018.
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Liz, this is the info I am sending to the National heirloom Expo recommending you present. The dates are Tuesday-Wednesday-Thursday, Sept 11-12-13, 2018.
Please fill out the Presenters Form and email in ASAP.
National Heirloom Expo
This post was on Facebook March 28, 2018.
This is @Liz Birnbaum of Curated Feast. I am recommending her to present at the The 8th annual National Heirloom Exposition, Santa Rosa, CA.
I met Liz when she was organizing the Organic Farming Research Foundation luncheon at #ExpoWest
Natural Products Expo.
Bio from her website:
As an outgrowth of her interests in collaborating with chefs, florists, and historians, and her love of entertaining curious friends with surprising facts and anecdotes about food, Liz Birnbaum founded the Curated Feast in Summer 2015.
“Liz has been dubbed a "Culinary Mastermind" by The Good Times, one of Silicon Valley Business Journal's 40 under 40, and was honored as "Foodie of the Year" at the 2017 Nexties Awards. In her nearly decade-long career in food, she has also organized the oldest and largest sustainable agriculture conference in the West (the EcoFarm Conference), traveled to Italy as a U.S. delegate for Slow Food (to Terra Madre and Salone del Gusto), interviewed farmers coast-to-coast, and now, in addition to working at the Organic Farming Research Foundation by day, she has turned a party trick into a business (the Curated Feast). Liz has co-taught college courses on biodiversity and agriculture, botanical imperialism, and food geography. She has also curated more than a dozen exhibits, briefly co-owned a gallery, and founded a museum. Liz has been encouraged to explore the world since before she can remember, so that is what she continues to do.”
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