The Detroit Food Policy Council is celebrating a decade of creating a healthier and more equitable food system in the City of Detroit at the 10th Annual Detroit Food Summit. Detroit Food 2020: Visions of a Food Future will draw around 200 people from throughout the food system, including farmers, chefs, health professionals, policymakers, and more. Dr. Howard Conyers, a NASA scientist, turned author, pitmaster and cultural food educator, will serve as the keynote speaker for the event. Tracks at Detroit Food 2020 will include Food Policy, Food Waste, Mindful Eating for the Beloved Community, and Future of Food. Panels will include Race and Food in Detroit; The Future of Urban Farming; a conversation with past chairs of DFPC; and a group of Detroit grocery store owners.

Detroit Food 2020 will take place March 12-13 at the Benson and Edith Ford Conference Center in the Taubman Center for Design Education at the New Center campus of the College For Creative Studies, 460 W. Baltimore St, Detroit. The registration fee is on a sliding scale starting at $160 for advocates to $30 for students. More information, as well as links to registration and sponsorship opportunities, can be found at