Moth Spray Controversy Update: Business, Farmers and Consumers in Partnership

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moth sprayWe hope you can join us at this event. Founder/CEO Chris Mittelstaedt will participate in a panel discussion of the Light Brown Apple Moth and other issues at the the Commonwealth Club in San Francisco on June 14th.

Moth Spray Controversy Update: Business, Farmers and Consumers in Partnership

The Commonwealth Club

Caroline Cox, Research Director, Center for Environmental Health

Preston Maring, M.D., Associate Physician in Chief, Kaiser Permanente Medical Center

Chris Mittelstaedt, Founder and CEO, The FruitGuys; Founder, Farm Steward Program

Roy Upton, General Manager, Planetary Formulas; Author, LBAM Reclassification Petition

Christie Dames, CEO TechTalk / Studio - Moderator

The light brown apple moth has created public controversy as families, farmers and businesses work to keep our food safe - both from a potential threat and the toxic solutions being evaluated. Exploring health, food safety, environmental damage and farming issues, see how diverse communities are coming together to take leadership in issues affecting Northern California - and the new and compelling partnerships springing up around these issues.

MLF: Business & Leadership

Location: SF Club Office

Time: 5:30 p.m. networking reception, 6 p.m. program

Cost: MEMBERS FREE, $20 non-members, $7 students (with valid ID)

Program Organizer: Kevin O'Malley

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