October 13, 2018 @ 10:00 am – 11:00 am
Loma Vista Farm
150 Rainier Avenue

Public Health Advocate/Consultant, Elizabeth Monteadora, will speak on global and local water equity issues and how they affect the health of our communities and environment. We’ll discuss safe drinking water access in our schools, water management practices impacting our local drinking water, the water impact of commercial farming vs organic farming, Standing Rock, potential grant/funding opportunities for California (Solano County) agricultural operations and more!

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Elizabeth Monteadora is a Public Health Advocate/Consultant who has partnered with various nonprofits, community clinics/health centers, school districts and individuals in the arena of health equity, chronic disease prevention/early detection and HEAL (Healthy Eating Active Living). Her passion for health and wellness stem from being part of a family that believes in living a healthy lifestyle. She is inspired to make a difference by creating healthy change for our communities and environment, especially for our children and future generations.