APA-FIG Annual Social Networking Event

Local360-1The APA-FIG’s Leadership Committee is happy to host the APA-FIG Annual Social Networking Event to promote the importance of food systems planning. Come learn about food systems topics in Seattle and across the country.

Join us for a fun, informal networking event at Local 360 on Sunday, April 19th from 7-9pm. Located in Seattle’s Belltown neighborhood, just a short walking distance from the conference center, Local 360 believes in and supports sustainable lifestyles by using locally sourced products from within a 360-mile radius.

Admission cost is $10 (APA 2015 National Planning Conference attendees need to register in advance here; other attendees can pay cash at the door).* Appetizers provided, cash bar.

This event is sponsored by Growing Food Connections, the School of Architecture and Planning at the University at Buffalo, and the APA-FIG Leadership Committee.

For a list of additional food systems planning related events, sessions, and workshops at the APA 2015 National Planning Conference click here.

*You do NOT have to be registered for the APA 2015 National Planning Conference to attend this event. We welcome planners and allied professionals in the region to join us.

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  1. […] APA-Food Systems Planning Interest Group Social Networking Event 7 p.m. – 9 p.m. – Sunday, April 19, 2015 Do you study or work on food systems issues? Please join others who care about food systems planning for a fun, informal networking event at Local 360, Chef’s Dining Room | 2234 1st Ave, Seattle, WA.  Local 360 is located in Seattle’s Belltown neighborhood, just a short walking distance from the conference center. The restaurant emphasizes local sourcing, with the majority of their ingredients falling within a 360 mile radius of Seattle. Space is limited, so reserve your ticket in advance ($10). Appetizers provided, cash bar. This event is sponsored by Growing Food Connections, the School of Architecture and Planning at the University at Buffalo, and the APA-FIG Leadership Committee. (Note: You do NOT have to be registered for the APA National Planning Conference to attend the FIG social networking event. We welcome planners and allied professionals in the region to join us (there will be the option to pay at the door).) […]

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