About IIRAH Forums
One-day educational forums on current topics are held annually. The Forums are open to everyone. The goal is to bring together individuals from around the state of Idaho. All are welcome to attend these free gatherings.
These community events provide information about pressing public issues relating to hunger in Idaho. Past themes have included wage justice, food deserts, local food systems, grocery tax credits, and Medicaid expansion. An attendee of the fall 2015 Forum shared how the public conversation held very personal meaning.
|2022||Nutritional Security – It’s not just about full bellies|
|2019||Starving to Learn: College Hunger|
|The Rent Eats First|
|2017||Climate Change: Impact on Idaho’s Food System|
|What Shall We Do About ALICE?|
|2016||Closing the Gap: A Hunger Issue!|
|Exploring Justice in the Food System|
|2015||Food Deserts in Idaho|