Think Global/Garden Local April 4th at noon

Few issues are more global than food, but as Urban Agriculturalist Will Allen notes, “Food is really at the very core of our being . . . it’s something that puts everybody at an equal level.” Food production and consumption are affected by climate change, technology, and international economic and political trends, and yet they are personal and, in some ways, very local. Two practitioners in these fields, Laurell Sims and Seneca Kern, will share with us how their organizations offer innovative local solutions to these issues we face every day.
Food will be served! – Please RSVP   Join the conversation at  the Student Center East, On Halsted between Taylor and Roosevelt, Room 613.