Andrianna Natsoulas has been a social and environmental activist for over two decades. She has created and implemented programs at several organizations, including Greenpeace, Food & Water Watch and the Northwest Atlantic Marine Alliance. Andrianna has coordinated with the global food sovereignty movements and has served on national and international boards and steering committees to protect fishing rights, fight trade agreements and build alliances. She has developed policy initiatives at the federal and regional levels to ensure farmers and fishermen can provide local and culturally appropriate food to their communities. She also wrote the book, Food Voices, Stories from the People Who Feed Us, which tells the stories of farmers and fishermen across five countries. In August of 2016, Andrianna joined NOFA-NY as the Executive Director and now lives in the beautiful Hudson Valley.
2018 Long Island Food Conference:
Food as a Solution:
Date: Saturday, November 3, 2018 @ 8:00 am
Location: LIU Campus, Hillwood Commons
720 Northern Boulevard, Brookville, NY
For more information, please contact the North Shore Land Alliance at (516) 922-1028.
$30 – Early Bird Ticket (on or before 10/21)
$40 – Regular Ticket
$15 – Student Ticket (college ID required)
FREE – LIU Post students.
Online registration required.
Ticket prices include breakfast and lunch.
8:00 AM – Registration and Breakfast
9:00 AM – Keynote Speaker with Q&A – Frances Moore Lappé
10:15 AM – Food Policy and Justice
Interlude: Ryan Madden, LI Progressive Coalition
11:35 AM – Food and Climate Change
12:50 PM – Lunch
2:20 PM – Food as Medicine
Interlude: Debora Thivierge, Elija Farm
3:40 PM – Growing Food
5:00 PM – Wine and Cheese Reception
Please bring a non-perishable
food item for the
Long Island Cares food drive.