Learn about Wyoming food policy and the future of food

JACKSON, Wyo. — Join Wyoming legislators Tyler Lindholm, Mike Gierau and Mike Yin, along with Alexia Kulwiec of Farm to Consumer Legal Defense Fund for an evening of drinks, appetizers, and discussion this Friday, October 2 from 5-6:30 p.m.

The Wyoming Food Policy and the Future of Food event will discuss the Food Freedom Act, including recent changes and the role of the Farm to Consumer Legal Defense Fund. Attendees will also have the opportunity to join the political conversation regarding the future of food in Teton County and Wyoming.

Drinks will be provided by Bin 22, Jackson Hole Still Works, and Snake River Brewery, and appetizers from Sweet Cheeks Meats.

Tickets to the event are $50 and can be purchased here. This event is part of the Farm to Fork Festival and will be held in the main tent in the grassy area at the Teton County Fairgrounds.

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