Portside Underground: Co-ops & the Food Movement


A Feast Fit for a Spring & an Evening of  Co-ops, Food and Resilient Economies

Ever wonder how to take part in creating a more resilient economy? Curious about how we can all invest in our communities to strengthen them? Hungry for a springtime feast featuring tons of local, organic Bay Area food? Join Portside Community Market next Tuesday March 25 while we enjoy the bounty of the Bay and learn from some of the incredible, inspiring people changing how we interact with food and community.



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Save the date and join us for an incredible evening of delicious food, incredible people and inspiring work!


Janelle Orsi

Author of The Sharing Solution and founder of The Sustainable Economies Law Center, Janelle is strengthening the very fabric of communities by promoting a Sharing Economy, offering a weekly donation-based legal cafes, helping to pass legislation that legalizes the very things that make communities resilient. 

Dave Corson-Knowles

A long-time foodie and food movement activist, Dave has helped grow the food movement on many levels. From working with Gather - a nationally renowned restaurant focusing on local and organic producers - to his work with investing locally with Slow Money and connecting the good food movement with Good Food Web, Dave has helped change the way we interact with food and all the people involved in getting it to your plate!

Tommaso Boggia

Tommaso organized environmental campaigns for the Alliance to Save Energy before getting his MPA with Presidio. As co-founder or Portside Community Market, he's spearheaded the movement to bring sustainable, ethical food to his own neighborhood!



March 25, 2014 at 6:30pm - 9:30pm
The Port Workspaces
101 Broadway
Oakland, CA 94607
United States
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