Six storytellers will share their stories on stage at the 2023 Michigan Good Food Summit.

Following the Keynote speech from Shiloh Maples, these 6 storytellers will share their experiences from every corner of the food system. 

The Farm at Trinity Health: Local Farms and Food Access

Amanda Sweetman, The Farm at Trinity Health
Creating robust local food systems is a key component of long-term nutrition security for all.

Flint to Table: How to Serve Communities, not Save Them

Tony Vu, Flint Social Club
Passionate, hard working people who are proud to share their culture don't need saving, they need opportunities to thrive.

A Twelve Acre Change

Nurya Love Parish, Plainsong Farm
When people of faith understand food systems issues, faith practice and food systems both change.

The Hidden Cost of Food: Luis's Story

Teresa Hendricks, Migrant Legal Aid
From enslavement to empowerment, learn how an unlikely partnership began to restore humanity for trafficked farmworkers.

For the Love of Food

Ederique Goudia, Make Food Not Waste
Food can be utilized as a transformative act of love when it is rooted in community.

Good Food in the Upper Peninsula

Alex Palzewicz, Northwoods Test Kitchen; Upper Peninsula Food Exchange
Sharing perspectives can help us not only relate, but open our minds to a more equitable and just food system.

Explore the rest of the agenda here.