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Anandi A. Premlall

Episode: 19

Anandi A. Premlall is the consummate eco-agricultural citizen of New York City, and she’s this week’s guest on Just Food Stories. She is a grassroots artivist and founder of the organization and social movement that inspires and integrates AWE: Art, Wellness and Ecology in creating a Sustainable Queens. SustyQ, as the organization is affectionately known, seeks to support multi-ethnic communities through encouraging environmentally conscious-lifestyles that cultivate empowerment, wellness and creativity. Tune in to Just Food Stories and learn more about Anandi’s incredible journey and work! This program was brought to you by Tabard Inn.

 

“My grand plan with Sustainable Queens it to create a sustainable eco system – it will transform from a community group to a social enterprise.” [26:00]

–Anandi Premlall on Just Food Stories

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