The New York Times has announced that its second annual Food for Tomorrow conference will return to Stone Barns Center for Food & Agriculture in Pocantico Hills, NY, for a two-day event, Oct. 20-21.
The conference will feature Times journalists Mark Bittman, Paul Krugman, Michael Moss, Sam Sifton, Kim Severson and Stephanie Strom in conversation with top food executives, food policy makers, farmers and chefs from across the U.S. to discuss movements toward an American food policy.
Joining the conference as speakers are chef and co-owner of Blue Hill at Stone Barns Dan Barber, innovative farmer Will Harris III and Congresswoman Chellie Pingree, among many others.
Central to the conference will be issues concerning best practices for feeding Americans everywhere, including questions regarding the changing face of farming, food subsidies, a new kind of fast food, school lunches and home cooking.
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Request an invitation to attend and learn more about Food for Tomorrow at www.NYTFoodforTomorrow.com.
The New York Times’s second annual Food for Tomorrow conference is presented in collaboration with Stone Barns Center for Food & Agriculture, an innovative non-profit farm and education center.