Anthony Flaccavento has spoken at conferences, seminars and gatherings across the country, from the Woodrow Wilson Center for Scholars in Washington, D.C. to the Kellogg Foundation Food and Community National Conference.  Of his presentation to the Community Voices series at Virginia Tech, noted author, David Korten has said, “Quite possibly the best single presentation on the local economy movement that I’ve seen.” Drawing from 30 years of work at the farm and community level, along with extensive study of the economy, politics and social change,  Anthony is able to weave research and hands-on experiences to bring clarity to a broad range of topics that often seem ‘too big’ or too complex.

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