Unless otherwise noted, speaker sessions begin promptly at 3:45 p.m., UMD Library Rotunda (4th Floor).
Thursday, Feb. 3: “The American Good Food Movement: Communities, Health & Social Change,” Maggie Adamek, Terra Soma Consulting
Thursday, Feb. 17: “Assessing the Western Lake Superior Region for Food Localization,” David Abazs, Senior Fellow, Endowed Chair in Agriculture, Univ. of MN; Stacey Stark, UMD , Geography, Director of GIS Lab.
Friday, Feb. 18, 7pm: “Incubating Farm(er)s, Creating the Duluth Community Farm: the Intervale Model,” Travis Marcotte, Executive Director, Intervale Center, Burlington, VT. Location: EPA Conference Room – 6201 Congdon – Duluth, MN 55804 – T: 218-529-5000
Tuesday, March 1: “Community Based Education around Food, Farming, and Gardening,” Angie Miller and Michael Latsch, Seeds of Success; Cree Bradley, Farm Beginnings Program, Lake Superior Sustainable Farming Association; Sarah Nelson, Duluth Community Garden Program
Thursday, March 31: “Institutionalizing Good Food: the Case of the Univ. of MN Morris,” Sandra Olson Loy, Vice Chancellor of Student Affairs, UM Morris
Thursday, April 7: “Creating Student Centered College and University Gardens: The Case of the Cornercopia Farm,” Courtney Tchida, Student Program Coordinator, MISA, U of MN St. Paul
Friday, April 22: “Growing Power and Growing Food,” Will Allen, Growing Power, Milwaukee, WI, 7 pm: Public Address, UMD Kirby Ballroom
Thursday, April 28: “Food Systems in Healthcare,” Diane Imre, MBA, RD Director of Nutrition Services, Fletcher Allen Healthcare, VT
Thursday, May 5: “Building Food Change in Eau Claire, WI,” Representatives from Sacred Heart Hospital, Eau Claire, WI
Parking is available for a nominal fee close to the library at Paylot G, which is off University Drive just south of St. Marie Street. A map can be viewed at duluth.umn.edu/parking/lots.
For more information, see d.umn.edu/cscd/foodseminar or email randel.hanson @ yahoo.com.
Sponsored by the Sustainable Agriculture Project @ UMD, Institute for Advanced Study, University of Minnesota and Institute for Sustainable Future.
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