Food, Fracking, and You: How extreme energy projects affect our food, our local businesses, and our communities

Join the Brooklyn Food Coalition Policy Committee and their partners Food & Water Watch, Chefs for the Marcellus, and Businesses Against Fracking New York on Tuesday, October 15 for an educational panel discussion on fracking and extreme energy projects in NYC and New York State.

Panelists include:
Activists Jessica Roff and Asha Canalos from Minisink, NY, a small town located an hour north of NYC in the state’s “black dirt” region and dairy shed

Dr. Jerry Wintrob from the Park Slope Food Coop who will discuss how fracking can impact our food supply and food economy from a local business perspective

Council member Gale Brewer who will discuss fracking from a policymakers perspective including a discussion of legislation affecting food and fracking

The event is free and will be held from 6:30pm – 8:30pm at local food haven 61 Local in Cobble Hill. Space is limited. Register Now.