The Bloomington Food Policy Council exists to increase and preserve access to sustainably produced, locally grown, healthful food for all residents in Monroe and surrounding counties

Annual Meeting: Water Quality and Risks in Community Food Production

Join us for the Bloomington Food Policy Council's Annual Meeting! The meeting will begin with a potluck at 12:30pm following the Winter Market at Harmony School. You are welcome to bring a dish to share, and please invite your friends and family.The panel discussion will be "Water Quality and Risks in Community Food Production," featuring Rachel Atz, Linda Thompson, and Adam Ward. Rachel Atz is the City of Bloomington Water Quality Coordinator, and Linda Thompson is the city's Senior Environmental Planner. Adam Ward is an Assistant Professor in the School of Public and Environmental Affairs at Indiana University. There will be a Q&A period, so come ready with your water-related questions. We will also have our annual business meeting with working group updates, our annual budget presentation, and the nomination of new Steering Committee Members. The Bloomington Food Policy Council (BFPC) is currently seeking new members for the Steering Committee. We are looking for farmers, chefs, academics, grocers, gardeners, advocates, and eaters who are able to meet at least once per month and help guide the development of new and existing initiatives. Prospective Steering Committee Members must pay individual annual membership dues of $15 prior to nomination. To nominate yourself, prospective members must attend the BFPC Annual Meeting. For more information, email

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Harmony School, 909 E 2nd St, Bloomington, IN 47401


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