Hi everyone, I have another meeting I thought I could get out of but am unable.  Apologies.  I did want to share that we're planning our first Agricultural Law edit-a-thon dedicated to the Food Safety Modernization Act.  At NAL I'm now a part of the Agricultural Law Partnership with the Agricultural Law Center in Arkansas and Vermont Law School.  We'll have representatives of both, fellows from both programs, USDA food safety experts and others in attendance to talk about food safety and FSMA and share relevant resources all three partners have to offer.  I'm currently working on the work list and I'll send around the Eventbrite when we finish getting it up.  I'm really excited to share this work with you all and hope that if you have time you might join us at some point on March 23rd for our program and edit-a-thon.  Both partners have a lot of farmer and consumer focused information to help explain agricultural laws and their implications and information to help farmers and producers be compliant as well.

Hope everyone is doing well, please take care.


On Wed, 27 Jan 2021 at 11:29, Pharos <pharosofalexandria@gmail.com> wrote:
WREN meeting is here in 30 minutes:  https://meet.google.com/yah-jbkh-tmz


On Tue, Jan 26, 2021 at 1:43 PM Pharos <pharosofalexandria@gmail.com> wrote:
Hi fellow WRENs,

Join here on Wednesday: https://meet.google.com/yah-jbkh-tmz

Wed January 27, 12pm – 1pm Eastern Time - New York  

Note that we will not be using Wikimedia Meet this time (it is experiencing technical problems), but instead Google Meet.

Topics will include Wikipedia 20 & GLAM, 1lib1ref and WikiWomen's History Month and other seasonal campaigns, as well as the Project Grants Round for Online and/or Offline Community Organizing projects, which closes February 10:


We might in particular want to consider any resources we could apply for in a Project grant that might be of use to multiple campaigns and institutions that we work with.

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