Representatives from more than 55 faith-based congregations gathered in March for Interfaith Sustainable Food Collaborative’s 6th annual conference. A
The country needs far more young farmers and more sustainable agriculture, but access to land is a barrier.
While churches tend to have lots of land, some of which is suitable for sustainable agriculture, there hasn’t been much overlap or collaboration between land access professionals and faith community leaders.
The annual Chicago lecture will this year focus on food and faith.
A September retreat in North Carolina provides a taste of a new food and faith curriculum, community worship, and local foods.