Colorado Springs Public Market: A Food Shift Panel Discussion on November 1st 2013

There is growing awareness of the value in developing regional food systems.

It’s becoming a national movement focused on building community, increasing food security and food quality, reducing environmental footprints and strengthening local economies.

How are others doing it? Where are they doing it? How are they doing? What are the obstacles? What do we have underway? How can we do more, better here in Colorado Springs?

Listen to Mike Callicrate, Owner of Ranch Foods Direct along with Sibella Kraus, President at Sustainable Agriculture Education and Michael Shuman, Community Economist, moderated by Larry Stebbins, Director at Pikes Peak Urban Gardens as they bring together national, and local, experience in discussing the food shift.

Breakout Panel Discussion: The Colorado Springs Public Market – The Food Shift was captured at the
Catamount Institute Colorado Sustainability Conference
on November 1st, 2013.