Movement Meeting 2023

Rooted in Community: Growing Stronger, Together

Registration is LIVE: Join Us for Our 2023 Movement Meeting! 

When: Thursday, October 26, 2023
Time: 3:00 pm Eastern
Where: Virtual on Zoom
Admission: FREE!

We are thrilled to extend an invitation to our vibrant Farm to School community for the upcoming 2023 Movement Meeting. This annual event serves as a gathering point for dedicated advocates in the Farm to School and Farm to Early Care and Education realms, providing an invaluable opportunity to come together, rejoice in our shared achievements, foster meaningful connections, ignite inspiration, and collectively nurture our growth. Your presence will make this occasion memorable! 

Please register below. We can't wait to share this experience with you! 

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Meet Our 2023 Keynote Speaker

Qiana Mickie, Executive Director at the New York City Office of Urban Agriculture

Qiana Mickie is the first Executive Director of the New York City Mayor’s Office of Urban Agriculture. The office leads the city’s efforts to increase access to and production of locally grown fresh food, minimize our contributions to climate change, and spur economic activity through agriculture. Under Qiana’s leadership, the office aims to advance urban agriculture and equity to actively address climate, health, and food disparities in the city’s natural and built environment. For over 12 years, Qiana’s work has thrived at the intersection of equity, food systems, environmental justice, and agriculture. Qiana is the former Executive Director of Just Food and often speaks on issues of racial equity, food/farm policy, and the solidarity economy, locally and internationally. She serves on the International Council of Urgenci and the Coordination Committee of the Civil Society Mechanism (CSM). Qiana has a B.S. in Marketing from Hampton University and received her Food Hub Management certification from the University of Vermont.

Recording Archive: 2022 Movement Meeting

Graphic notes summarizing content presented and discussed during the Movement Meeting (Credit: Rio Holaday,

For more information, contact:

Sunny Baker
Senior Director, Programs and Policy