Did you get shut out of the NYC Food and Climate Summit hosted by Manhattan Borough President Scott Stringer? The free, all-day event at NYU on December 12 includes panels on "composting your food waste" and "urban agriculture," as well as a hands-on session about canning and fermenting at home. (Check the official site for more panels.) Tickets went in a hurry, but the BP's office along with partners NYU and Just Food set aside twenty for Grub Street readers who don't want to miss out on hearing the likes of Mario Batali and Colin "No Impact Man" Beavan. Send an e-mail with “Grub Street/NYC Food and Climate Summit” in the subject line and include your name, e-mail address, and phone number. You're welcome.
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