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Every Second or Third Wednesday of each month, we will be gathering together to relax and wind down at BUILD Pizzeria on Shattuck!! 10% of all proceeds will be donated to an organization of our choice each month!
Cooking up Community’s first potluck of 2013!
Cooking up Community had a great start this year! Our group gathered together to share food and wine at our first annual potluck. We had a variety of delicious, homemade snacks, and all had the opportunity to hang out outside of the classroom environment. All who couldn’t attend were missed!
Special thanks to the 5-year old Beata, one of our classmate’s daughters, who took this picture for us!
We had a great turnout for October’s happy hour at BUILD Pizzeria! Due to their great deals, we are going to continue to have our monthly happy hours at BUILD.
First years and second year Public Health Nutrition students mingled with students from other concentrations in the School of Public Health. Thanks BUILD for having special Cal specials!
Cooking up Community, Public Health Nutrition’s official student group, is now up and running!
The goal of this student group is to create a space to build community for the Public Health Nutrition Graduate Department at UC Berkeley. We hope to build friendship and engage with other disciplines both within and outside of the School of Public Health.
Key Activities include:
*Semester Cooking Classes
*Monthly Happy Hours
*Creation of an Alumni Database for PHN Graduate Students
Want to be added to the email list to become an official member?
Email CookingupCommunity@gmail.com or check out our facebook group to stay up to date on community events: https://www.facebook.com/groups/676070005755525/
Cooking up Community Volunteers at Hoes Down Harvest Festival!
Full Belly Farm is a certified organic farm located in the beautiful Capay Valley of northern California. This year, 5 students in Cooking up Community volunteered at their annual Hoes Down Harvest Festival. The Hoes Down Harvest Festival is dedicated to honoring and promoting the knowledge of agricultural arts and sustainable rural living through inspiration and education. Due to our participation this year, a percent of the proceeds went to supporting the work done by the Community Alliance with Family Farmers.
We hopped in the car, packed our camping gear, and drove to Guinda, California Friday after we finished our classes. Once we got to the farm, we met many farmers, nutrition advocates, and food policy folks currently doing great work in the Bay Area!
We even met some cute farm friends: