The Food Tank 2020 Summit begins with 22 speakers, mostly enrolled tribal members or Native Hawaiians. Mariah Gladstone, the founder of Indigikitchen, known for her ‘recipes for resistance,’ will speak. The reception following the talks will feature Native American cuisine tastings.
The event is ticketed but free of charge for faculty and students. The event will have a staffed table for students to sign-in, and attendees will be reported to faculty. Students can also be assigned a short-answer response to be used for extra credit. Please register and use the code ‘ASU’ to get the $15 ticket fee waived. Ollie the Trolley will shuttle students between Tempe campus and SkySong.
Food Tank 2020 is a collaboration of the Swette Center for Sustainable Food Systems, the University of Hawai’i West O’ahu Sustainable Community Food Systems Program and Food Tank.