PHS Community Brunch Welcomes Urban Farming Phenom

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Want to meet with a rockstar of the urban agriculture world? You can at the PHS Community Brunch, held on the last day of the Philadelphia International Flower Show, March 13. Hear from Malik K. Yakini and learn what he’s doing to transform Detroit. Below is his bio; click here to reserve a seat!

Malik K. Yakini is the chairman and Interim Executive Director of DBCFSN. He has worked in urban organic agriculture for ten years. He is Executive Director of Nsoroma Institute, one of Detroit’s leading African-centered schools. In that capacity he was instrumental in the development of the school’s food security curriculum and student organic garden. He has done presentations on “Food Security and Food Justice in the African-American Community” at numerous conferences throughout the United States. He is a member of the Michigan Food Policy Council and Chairman of the Detroit Food Policy Council.

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