The Foodprint Project

These two ladies, Nicola Twilley and Sarah Rich, are doing some pretty remarkable relationship exercises when it comes to food and culture. In terms of sustainable theory, it’s all about getting the right people into the room to start a conversation that will spark ideas. They are doing just that. They just wrapped up their second event, Foodprint Toronto (the first debuted in NYC), bringing together editors, policy advisors, designers, researchers, professors, and food experts among others to explore “the forces that shape Toronto’s food and speculate on how to feed Toronto in the future.” I feel truly inspired and excited to see passionate individuals starting conversations that will shape our future societies.

 

Foodprint NYC

 

 

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