Hazon Events in Los Angeles
Hazon, the largest Jewish Environmental organization in North America, is landing in L.A. with two upcoming events! First, we’re partnering with Netiya to present an information session about food procurement in Jewish institutions. Then, we’re leading a free training bike ride to help you get outdoors and get in shape. Details for both events are below — we hope you’ll join us!
Thursday, April 11th
Just Food: Get the 411 on Food Procurement for your Synagogue
If you are a part of your Temple’s Green Team, coordinate events, make food purchasing decisions (or know who does), or are just interested in affordable, fresher, more nutritious food that aligns with your Jewish values–come to our panel discussion on April 11th at Temple Isaiah!
How we purchase food for events and services is one of the many ways for institutions to express their ethics and values. The Netiya network will share best practices to help us better understand how environment, food workers’ rights, consumers’ health, and small-farmers’ viability all relate to price and convenience. Kosher refreshments and light snacks will be served.
Temple Isaiah: 10345 W Pico Blvd, Los Angeles, 90064
Thursday, April 11th: 7:00PM – 8:30PM
[RSVP by emailing: firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sunday, April 14th
Free Training Ride: Redondo Beach
Join Hazon volunteer ride leaders for a spectacular25-mile loop around the rolling hills and splendid ocean views of Palos Verdes.The group will meet at 11:00 AM in Redondo Beach and return there at the end of the Ride. Meet fellow L.A. cyclists and Hazon’niks and have a great time in the sunshine.
Please RSVP online or email email@example.com with any questions. More details will be posted to the Hazon Facebook page soon — be sure to ‘Like’ us to stay in touch!
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