Great Lakes Bioneers Detroit (GLBD) promotes sustainable community that fosters life-giving relationships, nurtures connections, and celebrates solutions for restoring and healing Earth’s communities. Providing healthy, locally-grown-organic food at their yearly conference is a priority. GLBD is supportive of Detroit’s Food Policy Council and collaborates with Detroit’s urban agricultural community in their own work and desire to work with others who wish to bring initiatives that result in sustainable, inclusive and eco-justice-conscious projects that will benefit Detroit residents.
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By Malik Yakini Students of Nsoroma Institute working on a raised bed. COURTESY PHOTO In October 2009, Earthworks Urban Farm Outreach Coordinator, Lisa Richter and Detroit Black Community Food Security Network Board Member Monica White, Ph. D., convened a workshop at the Great Lakes Bioneers Detroit Conference, which they titled Race, Food and Resistance. They [...]