Speaker Series and Supper at Wright-Locke Farm
Dr. Kate Clancy, a senior scholar in food systems, will be speaking at SUNY New Paltz.
Community soup & bread dinner followed by talk and discussion with Mark Winne.
This lecture series highlights the interactions between agriculture and climate and their consequences for health and stability in an ongoing series of discussions with speakers from government, academia, and industry
Please join us for a presentation by the author of "Growing a Life - Teen Gardeners Harvest Food, Health, and Joy."
Jonah Fertig, of the Cooperative Development Institute presents an exploration of cooperative models that are meeting community needs and building resilient community ecosystems.
An Evening with Debby Irving, author of “Waking Up White”
Gail Myers, a cultural anthropologist who specializes in the anthropology of African American farming, will discuss the persistence of racism in the food system. Through her research, teaching, and writing, she documents stories of African American farmers, sharecroppers, and gardeners.
Sustainable Cape invites like-minded folks to join us in Orleans, Massachusetts, for a Spring lecture by Eliot Coleman.
Green Mountain College in Poultney, VT, welcomes Dr. Philip Howard, visiting scholar for the College’s M.S. in Sustainable Food Systems (MSFS) winter residency February 17-19 for a pair of free public programs.