REMINDER: Apply by July 8th for the Food Solutions New England (FSNE) Network Leadership Institute!

  • 08 Jul 2016
Event Description

Starting in Fall 2016, over 3 sessions, Food Solutions New England (FSNE) is offering a Network Leadership Institute.

The Institute provides an exciting opportunity for participants to gain:

- Greater understanding of how to use the FSNE network to get your own work done

- Skills in facilitative leadership, network leadership and development, and stakeholder engagement

- Shared understanding of the emerging food system and FSNE’s strategy for advancing a New England Food Vision

- Connectivity with a cohort of leaders and broader FSNE network

- Confirmed guests for the first session include Hal Hamilton from Sustainable Food Lab, Bart Westdijk from

- New England Grassroots Environment Fund, and Marta Ceroni from Donella Meadows Institute.

Sessions will be held at the Ohana Camp in Vermont and the Boston Public Market. There is no cost to attend.

They are now inviting applications from anyone who: Is active in food system efforts locally and/or regionally, is committed to FSNE's values, and wants to contribute to the FSNE network.


July 8: application deadline.

July 9-22: application review and selection. Applicants may be contacted for an interview during this time.

July 22: applicants will be notified by this date.

July 29: selected applicants must confirm their participation.

Application deadline: TOMORROW, July 8, 2016.

**15 Participants will be selected

Learn More and Apply here:

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