On March 16, we announced our plans to shift our Earth Day event Climate Change and Farmland: Building a Resilient Future for Washington to a fully digital platform given the rapidly changing COVID-19 pandemic. Today, we are pleased to share that online registration is now available here. A few things to note:
- Registration is FREE.
- The event has been shortened to one hour. It will take place from 7:30 – 8:30 p.m. PDT on April 22.
- All registrants will receive a Zoom link to join the meeting in advance of the event, and a recording after the event ends.
- If you already purchased a ticket via Town Hall’s website, you are automatically registered for the online event. We encourage guests to consider their ticket purchase a donation to Town Hall during this challenging time for the arts community. If you would like a refund, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
- If you purchased a block of tickets for guests via Town Hall’s website, only you will be registered as the ticket purchaser. Please inform your guests that they will need to register individually for the online event using the link below.
We are thrilled to still have our wonderful line up of speakers join us for this online conversation, national best-selling authors Frances Moore Lappé and Anna Lappé, plus a panel of local farmers who will be in conversation with KNKX environment reporter Bellamy Pailthorp:
- Elizabeth Bragg of Long Hearing Farm
- David Haakenson of Jubilee Farm
- Samantha Alvarez of Alvarez Organic Farms
- Linda Neunzig of Ninety Farms
- Andy Wilcox of Wilcox Family Farms
Thank you for your flexibility, patience, and support during this uncertain time. We look forward to engaging with you virtually for this important conversation about food and farm resiliency in the face of climate change.