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Fresh Organic Foods; From the Farmers to the Community

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Cindy Hill

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Saturday, August 20, 2011 – 12 p.m. to 2 p.m.

Miami Beach Regional Library, 227 22nd Street, South Beach – 33139

 

H3: Health. Hope. Healing. has focused on educating the South Florida community about coping with breast cancer, illness, or simply achieving a state of well-being by working with the community healers. Now, H3 invites you to meet our local facilitator on one of the many sources of healing, straight from our farmers to the community: Cindy Hill, our local health educator on Organic Foods and vegetables.  Join H3 for a presentation that focuses and discusses concepts such as; “locavore”, * why should we eat organic? and the benefits of sustainability.

 

Cindy Hill is the founder of Once Upon a Carrot, a community based organization committed to teaching the philosophy “Grow it. Cook it. Eat it”. Cindy Hill is a 25 year veteran of the food and beverage industry, dedicating the last 8 years in educating the community on healthier food choices, as well as humane and sustainable practices.

http://www.onceuponacarrot.org

 

Ms. Hill also runs “The Wholesome Grocer,” a clean and organic food buying cooperative, as part of our dedication to the community. She offers sources that are currently available for people interested in consuming the best in local agriculture, as well as clean food sources in all areas of Miami. She is also a member of The Farmer’s Market Coalition and The Weston A. Price Foundation.

http://www.wholesomegrocer.org

 

For more information, call 305.531.2046 And/or email info@h3hope.org .

 

*“A locavore is a person interested in eating food that is locally produced, not moved long distances to market. The locavore movement in the United States and elsewhere was spawned as interest in sustainability and eco-consciousness become more prevalent.”