It’s been a few years since we started up our decentralized community agricultural program, the “Peach Tree Project”. The name doesn’t do justice to the variety of the plants or skills we share, but it does embody the image of a community in growth and that’s kind of the point.
Posted Aug 9 2010 - 8:00pm by JonSTeps
Pies Not Bombs you say?
So heres the deal - Many people don't realize that the day after Thanksgiving is the most wasteful day of the year. Think about all those pumpkin and apple pies your local grocery store has stocked up; would you believe that most stores just toss them out after Thanksgiving Day?
When:Fri, 11/23/2012 - 1:00pm - Sat, 11/24/2012 - 5:00pm
Where:Across Long Island
Come join Long Island Food Not Bombs & Community Solidarity, Inc. on Monday, February 13th @7pm for our annual community planning meeting at the Cinema Arts Centre!
In just 5 years, we’ve become the largest Food Not Bombs chapter in the world!
When:Mon, 02/13/2012 - 7:00pm - 10:00pm
Update: Today @1pm, Long Island Food Not Bombs will be distributing thousands of pies to our friends and neighbors! Come join us for the celebrations. Meetup @1pm at the Huntington Train Station (South Parking Lot).
Pies Not Bombs you say?
When:Fri, 11/25/2011 - 1:00pm - 5:00pm
The 2010 Hempstead Food Share Bonanza was the largest Food Not Bombs ever and the largest vegan Thanksgiving ever!
Posted Dec 14 2010 - 3:12pm by LongIslandFNB
If you haven’t heard, the Long Island Food Not Bombs community is getting together to create a sister organization, a nonprofit. We’re calling it Community Solidarity and we’re hoping it to be the future foundation of a radical movement for social change.
Posted Jul 14 2010 - 8:34pm by LongIslandFNB
Last week Long Island Food Not Bombs meet to discuss the future of our efforts and an enormous consensus was reached. In order to keep growing we need to create a sister organization, a nonprofit.
We urgently need your support; we need it right now! Please read on and please consider making a monetary donation this week! You can do so by calling 631.223.4370, dropping off monetary donations at any of our food shares or by contacting any of the volunteers listed at the bottom of this email.
Posted Jul 2 2010 - 12:12pm by JonSTeps
In the spring of 2009, Food Not Bombs held a meeting in a park with approximately l5 people brainstorming about a third food share on LI and where the best place for it should be. Everyone in the group was well aware of the rampant oppression that exists in Farmingville and with everyone’s overwhelming desire to help out there, it was unanimously voted to begin on Horseblock Road.
Posted Feb 20 2010 - 3:06pm by Karen
2010 Community/Planning Meeting
Introductions: (10 minutes)
Brief Explanation of Consensus: (5 minutes)
Brief History of Food Not Bombs Movement: (5 minutes)
Posted Feb 17 2010 - 1:48pm by JonSTeps
On Wednesday, February 17th at 7pm Long Island FNB will be meeting at the Cinema Arts Centre in Huntington to discuss our collective efforts for the year ahead. We have lots of ambitious ideas and we'd love to hear yours as well. We ask that everyone help spread the word about this meeting by forwarding this email to anyone that you think would be interested.
Posted Feb 14 2010 - 3:04am by LongIslandFNB