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Let’s Go Organic: Empowering Local Food Systems

The Temple of Understanding’s (TOU) Eco Justice for All Series presents “Let’s Go Organic: Empowering Local Food Systems,” with Dave Chapman of the Real Organic Project, Spencer Fenniman, Farming Director at Hawthorne Valley Farm, and Ango Sara Tashker of the San Francisco Zen Center, on Friday, April 22 from 10-11 a.m. EST. Register here to attend this online discussion.

Join Dave Chapman and the Real Organic project as we explore two spiritual traditions of farming, one from the Biodynamic system and the other from the Buddhist Zen tradition. This Dialogue centers on how local communities can encourage organic farms by participating in CSAs, purchasing goods at farmers’ markets, family-owned food markets, and other ventures.


About Temple of Understanding

The monthly Eco Justice for All Dialogue Series focuses on various topics around the climate crisis emphasizing an Interfaith perspective. Through the Temple of Understanding ECO JUSTICE FOR ALL Dialogue Series, we are attempting to reach out to broader and more diverse audiences, offering very current and up-to-date information and positive actions for individuals to take away and to help create momentum in their lives and communities. We present these events for free as Zoom webinars, with the option for attendees to make a donation.

The Temple of Understanding (TOU) has an over 60 year history of cross cultural and interfaith education, teaching compassion, overcoming injustice, and understanding diversity. The TOU was founded in 1960 by a pioneering visionary, Juliet Hollister, with the support of a distinguished group of “Founding Friends,” including Eleanor Roosevelt, H.H. Pope John XXIII, Anwar al-Sadat, H.H. the XIVth Dalai Lama, Ecumenical Patriarch Athenagoras, Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan, Sir Zafrula Khan, among others. The Temple of Understanding, a non-profit organization, has been a trailblazer in interfaith climate justice and on how climate change relates to women’s issues, food sovereignty and human rights and is a Non-Governmental Organization with Consultation Status with the United Nations Economic and Social Council.


Please learn more about the TOU on their website and see videos on their Youtube channels TOUorg  and ECO JUSTICE OF FOR ALL.

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