Across the country, thousands of Americans are joining the movement for healthy, affordable, sustainable food. In 2011, the first year of the campaign, Food Day brought together food movement leaders, organizations, physicians, nutritionists, lab
or leaders, environmentalists, farmers, chefs, authors, and cookbook writers, as well as parents, children, teachers, and citizens from all walks of life, united by their belief in a better food system.
On October 24, 2012—and on the days and weeks before and after—thousands of Americans will gather in schools, college campuses, farmers markets, City Halls, and state capitals to celebrate Food Day. Will you join us? Whether you want to organize an event, stage a rally, attend a community activity, connect with your neighbors, teach your food passion, or simply learn to eat more healthfully, Food Day is for you.
How will Food Day look? It’s up to you. Find an event in your hometown. Get in touch with Food Day organizers in your area. Plan an event on your campus. Or download a Food Day organizing guide —and put your own Food Day event on the map.