Tonight: Good Food Festival Twitter Chat #GoodFoodChi

Chi13-GFFbanner300x250Mark you calendars friends…March 14-16, 2013 at the UIC Forum – Chicago…

In its ninth year, the Good Food Festival & Conference returns to the UIC Forum for three full days
of fantastic programming for food businesses, funders, industry representatives, and individuals and families that love Good Food.
Produced by FamilyFarmed.org, the conference focuses on regional and national issues that are integral to building local and
sustainable food systems and educating people about the Good Food movement. For information, visit
www.goodfoodfestivals.com .

Would you like to win passes to the festival? Please join me as I co-host a twitter chat tonight at 8pm CST. It’s going to be an exciting talk about good foods and local eating. Just follow the hashtag #GoodFoodChi to participate! Lucky winners, from the chat, will be drawn for festival tickets.

  • Be sure you’re following all of us participating:
    • @GoodFoodFestChi
    • @FamilyFarmed
    • @MommaCuisine – chat sponsor and hostess of MommaCuisine Live
    • @ItsToni – Toni Snearly, Indiana baker/food blogger/founder of NWI Food Swap
    • @DeborahWrites – Deborah Niemann, author of Homegrown and Handmade and EcoThrifty; speaking on Urban Homesteading panel at GFFC
    • @WestOfTheLoop – Emily Paster, blogger/co-founder of Chicago Food Swap
    • @OpCo_op – Cheryl Knecht Muñoz, founder of SugarBeet, the Oak Park, IL food co-op; exhibitor at GFFC
    • @BigHeadFarm – Karen Warner, farmer; exhibitor at GFFC

    Talk with you SOON!

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