A few weeks ago Seven Cycles was fortunate to be invited to participate in, and host, an exploratory discussion called a “Local Food Creative Session”. I think we were invited because we had the space to host… but they got stuck with me in the bargain. The event was put together and moderated by Wayne Maceyka for one of his classes at the Bainbridge Graduate Institute.
It was a really interesting session and we covered a lot of ground in a short amount of time. I have a number of thoughts about which I would like to post—at least on the ideas that relate to the bike industry, but Wayne is working on a paper for BGI and I don’t want to get in the way of his work. Once he completes his work, I’ll post some additional ideas.
One of the primary questions we explored in the session was, “How can we get 10% of food produced and consumed within 100-mile circumference?”