Hazon Food Conference

August 14th-18th at Isabella Freedman Jewish Retreat Center

The Hazon Food Conference is an opportunity to learn about and grapple with some of the highest impact actions we can all take to protect our environment for generations to come. Our food systems and the decisions we each make around food have real impacts on the environment.

  • Lessening our food waste can make a real difference. Participate in demos and discussion-based sessions with guest chefs and food activists, focusing on food waste and how to begin to approach remedying this issue. 
  • Eating less meat has proven to be one of the most critical actions we can take to reduce our carbon footprint. 
  • Learn how to make vegetarian recipes that are good for you and the planet. The Farm Bill has a tremendous impact on our global food systems. 

Get an in-depth view of this critical legislation. And, of course, there will be joyful community, delicious farm-to-table food, hands-on DIY activities, and a meaningful Shabbat at Isabella Freedman. Scholarships are available, including special scholarships for teens and Colorado and Detroit residents.