Tour Baltimore’s Food Markets with Kate Drabinski
Monday, June 24, 2019 · 12:20 PM - 3:30 PM
Baltimore boasts one of the oldest public markets in the country—Lexington Market, open since 1782—and a variety of markets, both public and private, all over the city. Join Kate Drabinski for an introduction to Baltimore’s food markets with a focus on food access and justice issues. This tour will start from the Lion Brothers Building and visit Hollins Market, Pop Farms, and Lexington Market. Topics will include food justice in Baltimore, public versus private developments, and the role of markets and food access in the future of city neighborhoods.
Space is limited. UMBC students, faculty and staff who wish to participate should use the below link to RSVP.
The group will meet inside the Public Policy building lobby at 12:20pm and ride the downtown shuttle together. The group will return back to campus at approximately 4:10pm.
For more information please contact Natalia Panfile.
In case of inclement weather (thunderstorms and/or heavy rain) the event will be postponed to the following Monday, July 1.