Saturday, 11. March 2017, Seattle, Wild Salmon Cookout: Stand with Northwest Tribes to Stop GE Fish

from 11. March 2017 - 10:30 till 13:30
United StatesSeattle4249 Whitman Court, University of Washington, Seattle campus98195
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Join us for a salmon cook-out to stop genetically engineered fish! Community Alliance for Global Justice is collaborating with the Muckleshoot Food Sovereignty Project and the Northwest Atlantic Marine Alliance to host a community gathering to learn more about how GE salmon threatens a cultural and ecological keystone species in our region.

We will especially highlight Northwest tribal relationships to salmon, and how biotech companies are threatening treaty rights. In 2014, the Affiliated Tribes of Northwest Indians passed a resolution opposing the introduction of GE salmon, and the Quinault Tribe is one of 12 plaintiffs in a lawsuit against the FDA for approving AquaBounty's GE salmon.

Enjoy cooking demonstration, lunch and a salmon tasting! THANK YOU to Muckleshoot Seafood Products for donating Muckleshoot Fisher-harvested Coho Salmon! (Lunch will include vegan options).

Louie Ungaro, Muckleshoot Fish Cook
Justice Bill, Muckleshoot: Honor Song and Welcome Song
Roger Fernandes, Lower Elwha Klallam, Story-teller, Artist, Native historian: Salish Salmon Story-telling
Valerie Segrest, Muckleshoot Food Sovereignty Project: Speaker
Pete Knutson, Loki Fish Co: Speaker
Steve Mashuda, Earthjustice: Speaker

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Canoe Families: Closing Performance!

We look forward to sparking convivial conversation and community engagement around this important environmental, food justice, and Indigenous Rights issue. We are pleased to host this event at the UW Intellectual House, whose traditional name - wǝɫǝbʔaltxʷ – comes from the Luhshootseed language and is phonetically pronounced “wah-sheb-altuh.”

SPONSORS: Community Alliance for Global Justice, Loki Fish Co, Muckleshoot Food Sovereignty Project and Northwest Atlantic Marine Alliance, with generous support from the Muckleshoot Tribe Charity Fund Grant Program.

COMMUNITY PARTNERS (Thank you for helping us publicize!) ASUW Student Food Cooperative, Central Co-op, Clean Greens Farm and Market, Danny Woo Community Garden, Earthjustice, Got Green, Green Plate Special, Health Alliance International, Husky Real Food Challenge, Lettuce Link/Solid Ground, Nature Nuts, Puget Sound Sage, Seattle Youth Garden Works, Slow Fish Canada, Sno-Valley Tilth, Sustainable Ballard, Sustainable Capitol Hill, The Living Breath of wǝɫǝbʔaltxʷ: Indigenous Foods and Ecological Knowledge, Tulalip News, UFCW Local 21, Union Cultural Center, UW Department of Geography, Washington Fair Trade Coalition, Washington Sustainable Food and Farming Network

This event is FREE and open to the public.
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For more info, contact CAGJ:, 206-405-4600.

DIRECTIONS to the Intellectual House
Address: 4249 Whitman Court, UW, Seattle campus.

Intellectual House is located on the NE side of the University of WA Campus, at the intersection of E Stevens Way NE and Whitman Court, NE of Red Square, Kane Hall and the Quad. If you are driving, there are several parking lots nearby.


Entering campus from 15th Ave NE and NE Campus Pkwy (10 min walk):
1 Cross the skybridge over 15th Ave NE and continue towards Red Square.
2 Cross Red Square towards Suzallo Library (large gothic building), take a left towards the “quad”, a large rectangular courtyard surrounded by buildings.
3 Continue walking east through the quad, and climb the stairs at far end of the quad.
4 Take the path on the right leading to the road, E Stevens Way NE.
5 When you reach the road, you will see Intellectual House across the street.

Entering campus from UW Lightrail Station (15 min walk):
1 Cross Montlake Blvd NE and Pacific Avenue via the skybridge.
2 Walk towards UW, cross the Burke Gilman trail, and follow pathway towards the center of campus.
3 Turn right onto the first road, W Stevens Way NE.
4 Continue walking along that road until you reach a 3 way intersection with Whitman Ct, where the Intellectual House is located.

Busses that enter UW campus, and stop next to the Intellectual House:
31, 75, 372, 810, 821, 855, 860, 871, 880

Busses that go to 15th Ave NE and NE Campus Pkwy (from North):
43, 44, 48, 49, 70, 167, 197, 271, 541, 542, 556, 586

Busses that go to 15th Ave NE and NE Campus Pkwy (from South):
44, 48, 167, 271, 277, 540, 541, 542, 556

Enter UW Campus from either the entrance on NE 45th St, or off 15th Ave NE at NE Campus Pkwy. Drive to the toll-booth, and tell them that you are going to the Intellectual House and need parking. They will direct you to closest lot and give you a map.

Saturday, 23. June 2018, Portland, American Wine Revival

from 23. June 2018 - 12:00
United StatesPortland97086-97299
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62 people attending
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The American Wine Revival celebrates the artisanal wineries that have revolutionized the wine industry steering the country's wine conversation away from large scale industrial wines towards small hand crafted low input and natural wines.

The last five to ten years have seen a dynamic shift in both viticultural practices towards more sustainable, organic and Biodynamic farming and a return to more natural and minimal intervention winemaking that focuses on terroir and true varietal expression over more industrialized technique that favored power and uniformity. The American Wine Revival seeks to celebrate the artisanal wineries that have revolutionized the wine industry and have made a significant impact with restaurants and retailers throughout the country away from large scale industrial wines towards small hand crafted low input and natural wines. 2017

Wednesday, 19. July 2017, 1001 E County Line Rd, Jackson, MS 39211; Hilton Hotel, MCWA Sterling Rose Brunch 2017

from 19. July 2017 - 9:30 till 12:30
14 people attending
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Join us on Wednesday morning, July 19, while the MAC Coaches Clinic is taking place in Jackson. We'll meet in the Penthouse top floor. A special time for wives to fellowship and encourage one another. There is no formal rsvp for the brunch, but it would be helpful to know if you'll be joining us. This is a no cost event.

There will be food, door prizes, MCWA items for sale, special "gift" for MCWA members, guest speakers, presentation of the Amanda Price Award winner and lots of fellowship! Hope to see you in July!

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