In Michigan, more than 1 million people are struggling with hunger – and of them, more than 345,000 are children according to Feeding America. Locally, the St. Clair County MSU Extension and the Thumb Food Policy Council are addressing the issue on Tuesday, July 9, by hosting a food summit designed to scan the community for assets and needs in the food system from a food security and food insecurity perspective. The morning session starts with breakfast that will be part of participant learning for the day. Then the afternoon session will highlight the MSU AgBioResearch unit of the College and Agriculture and Natural Resources “Our Table” live stream panel discussion including local experts, focused on The Future of Our Food System. This event is free but you must pre register. For more information about this event contact the MSU Extension Office.