September 25, 2021 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm
Hoosier Environmental Council

We’ve all heard it said– factory farms are inevitable and necessary to feed the world.
…but is this true?

Do we really need to rely on a food system based on industrialized meat production to support the world’s ever-growing population?

Join the Hoosier Environmental Council’s Senior Staff Attorney and Agricultural Policy Director, Kim Ferraro, online on Saturday, September 25, 2021 from 10 am to 12 pm to learn why this is a myth and why all Hoosiers–rural, suburban or urban–are impacted by our unsustainable and industrialized food system that is a leading cause of the most serious environmental problems we face, at every scale from local to global, including climate change.

Learn the role that food choice plays in ensuring a healthy environment and a livable climate, how to help protect statewide communities from the damaging impacts of industrialized animal agriculture and how to become part of the local and statewide movement for common sense reform of farm policies that are necessary to achieve a more sustainable, equitable, and humane food production system.
Be sure to register on Eventbrite to reserve your spot and receive the link to the online event!

A big thanks to our partners for their support for this event! Citizens Action Coalition, Sierra Club Hoosier Chapter, Humane Society of the United States – Indiana, Earth Charter Indiana, Growing Places Indy, Friends of the White River, SRAP (Socially Responsible Agriculture Project), Ezra’s Enlightened Café and Sea Salt and Cinnamon.

The forum is free and open to the public.