Dig In! 2020 Nourishing Community: School, Community and Urban Agriculture Gardens Supporting a Healthy Wake Count
Join the Poe Center for Health Education as we continue the tradition of the Dig In! Conference, previously hosted by Advocates for Health in Action (AHA).
Dig In! 2020 Nourishing Community: School, Community and Urban Agriculture Gardens Supporting a Healthy Wake CountRegister Today
Register today to explore how urban agriculture, community gardens, and edible gardens in schools and child care settings grow a healthier Wake County. Learn, network, and commit to how you will contribute to healthier communities! Participate in workshops throughout the morning, gain inspiration from best-selling author and horticulturalist, Brie Arthur, as she discusses foodscaping for community development, and so much more!
Event Time: 8:15 am - 1:30 pm
Early Bird Registration $25 (Until - February 28th) / General Registration $35
WHO SHOULD COME?
Anyone interested in urban farms, community gardens, and edible school and child care gardens and how they can transform communities in Wake County. Join us and Dig In!
- Non-profit organizations
- Churches and other faith-based organizations
- Municipal planning and parks and recreation staff
- Child care/preschool directors and staff
- Business leaders
- Health and community advocates
Dig In is for adults and teens. Child care is not provided for Dig In registrants. Children and families are welcome to visit the educational booths and gain inspiration at the Poe Center’s GrowWELL garden.
- Poe Center for Health Education
224 Sunnybrook Rd
- Early Bird Registration $25