Helen Stortini, the Executive Director of Growing Chefs, speaks about her organization and the charity we are supporting with our Food Talk series of events.
“Growing Chefs! Chefs for Children’s Urban Agriculture gets kids excited about good, healthy food.
In our Classroom Gardening Program, chef volunteers are paired with elementary school classrooms (grades 1-3) to give students hands-on experience growing and cooking their own food.”
June 5th 2012, Vancouver BC Canada
An evening of speakers from the Vancouver food community. Presented by foodtalks.ca
Richard Wolak moderated the panel of speakers for the interactive Q & A.
Video filmed and edited by Geoff Peters with Birds in the House Productions
Closing music by Laundryman
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