Food Sovereignty & Recycling 101

Who: Kramer Hall; Stockton Center on Successful Aging (SCOSA)

What: “Food Sovereignty” & “Recycling 101” workshops

When: 12 p.m., Oct. 3 & 24, 2017

Where: Kramer Hall, 30 Front St., Hammonton, N.J. 08037

Event Description: Oct. 3: Join Jeff Quattrone, founder of the Library Seed Bank as he presents “Food Sovereignty,” a lesson in taking charge of your own food, and enjoying it! The term food sovereignty refers to securing sustainable food systems of local food for the community. Selected examples include seed saving, growing programs, backyard chickens and food preservation through canning, fermenting, and drying.

Oct. 24: During “Recycling 101,” Quattrone will help attendees learn methods of recycling to help everyone do their part to keep the planet clean. From ocean plastic, to cigarette butts, single use coffee cups and fast fashion, there is a lot of trash in the world, but there are also some innovative solutions to address these issues. Attendees will learn about composting, vermicomposting and standard recycling programs.

Cost:  Free

How to Register: Open to the public. Visit or call 609-626-3591 to register.



Diane D’Amico
Director of News and Media Relations
Galloway, N.J. 08205
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