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Discussion Group: Agricultural Justice Project

Join the movement of food businesses and family-scale farms that are following Food Justice Certification guidelines. Demonstrate to your customers and staff that you follow best practices for running a fair, safe, and socially just business. This discussion group with the Agricultural Justice Project introduces Food Justice Certification Standards—fair pricing, health and safety, conflict resolution, and labor policies that are the foundation of food justice.

Track and Session Info

Session: 
E | 1:30 pm

Date and Location

Location: 
Triton
Day: 
Friday

Same Time

Date:
Oct 24 2016
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Date:
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Location:
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Track:
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Location:
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Location:
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Date:
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Location:
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Track:
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Date:
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Location:
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Track:
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Date:
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Location:
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