Michael Ableman (author, educator, photographer and urban agriculturalist)
Wednesday, November 17, 2010
Dickinson CollegeAnita Tuvin Schlechter Auditorium, 7:00 p.m.
Food may be the dominant issue of our time. The industrial system that brings it to us is unraveling, and the cost of that system, ecologically, socially, and personally is enormous.
But there is hope, individuals and communities are gathering together to rethink our food system, bringing honor and respect and craftsmanship back into farming, and recreating our farms as places that nourish and nurture and teach and inspire.
Join Michael Ableman for an evening of inspiring stories and photographic imagery from around the world as he provides us with a sense of how we can participate in the solutions; on our farms and in our gardens, in our kitchens and at the dining room table, and in the communities where we live.
For more information visit http://clarke.dickinson.edu/michael-ableman/ or call 717-245-1875