Detroit Food 2019 - Infrastructure and Innovation
Thursday, March 7 - Friday, March 8
Benson and Edith Ford Conference Center
Alfred A. Taubman Center for Design Education, College for Creative Studies
460 W. Baltimore Ave, Detroit, MI 48202
The Detroit Food Policy Council holds the summit annually to educate and inspire Detroit citizens about food security and other food related issue in the city. The Summit will help connect those interested in improving the community and their own lives from nutritional and economic standpoints to others with like needs and valuable resources.
Detroit Food 2019 Highlights
Ricardo Salvador, Director and Senior Scientist, Union of Concerned Citizens
Kiki Louya and Rohani Folkes, Owners, The Farmer's Hand
Panel Discussions and Presentations
Farm Bill! Now What?
10 Cents A Meal for School Kids and Farms
Innovation and Infrastructure in Food Waste
Transportation and Food
View the Detroit Food 2019 Agenda
A Good Food Storytelling Night 2019: "Infrastructure and Innovation"
Thursday, March 7, 5:00pm
RSVP for this Free event using the Register button
Early Bird (until February 16) $115
Friends of DFPC $105*
Scholarships are available for those unable to pay the registration fee. To request a scholarship complete the Scholarship form at
Volunteers who complete a total of four (4) volunteer hours will have the registration fee for Detroit Food 2019 waived.
Directions and Parking
Follow these directions to Taubman Center. Free parking is available in the surface parking lot located on Baltimore between Cass Ave. and Woodward Ave. The Conference Center is located on the 11th Floor. Enter the Taubman Center through the Cass Ave. or Baltimore Ave. entrance.