The Stanford Food Summit 


Held on Nov. 3rd, 2010 - Arrilaga Alumni Center, 8am - 5 pm

An unprecedented gathering of Stanford experts on food-related issues from across all of the University’s seven schools provided a catalyst for generating solutions to some of the nation’s and the planet’s most challenging and important crises, including: the national health crisis, the climate crisis, outdated national food policies, the hidden toll of industrial food production and much more.

You can watch the videos of these talks by clicking on "Vidoes" on the left navigation bar.

Complex problems require multidisciplinary solutions



Target audience: Stanford researchers/scholars, community food activists, foundations, and government representatives.

To register for the morning program, please fill out this online registration form.


Space limited to 400 seats

Target audience: General public.

Public Forum:
Cultivating the EcoMind to Transform Our Food System

Lessons learned from 40 years of the Food Movement

To register for the Public Forum, please fill out this onlineregistration form.

Space limited to 1,700 seats.