ACORN to host climate change talk

BRISTOL — At its annual meeting on Nov. 28, the Addison County Relocalization Network, or ACORN, will host a panel discussion on “Farming on the Forefront of Climate Change.”

The public is invited to come hear this talk facilitated by Emily Landenberger and featuring five panelists:

• Liv Glascoe and Matt Bryan of Lower Notch Berry Farm in Bristol.

• Ollie Cultrara, a seasoned farmworker.

• Silas Doyle-Burr of Last Resort Farm in Monkton,

• AnnaJo Smith of Smith Family Farm in New Haven.

The annual meeting is 6-8 p.m. at Minifactory, 16 Main St. in Bristol. The ACORN team will also talk more about their first year operating the ACORN Food Hub, as well as the up and coming Farmer Climate Network.

Register for the event online at Space is limited.

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