Values in Perspective presents:
Food Security Workshop
Tuesday, March 3, 2015, 6:30-8:45pm
Room 261, Irving K. Barber Library, 1961 E Mall, UBC-Point Grey Campus, Vancouver, CA
Human population is growing and the increasing demands of our industrial processes and urbanized systems have put a strain on our environment and health. Join us for insights on what we can do as individuals and as a society to access healthy and sustainable food sources while learning about local, national, and international food security.
Stephanie Lim: Coordinator, Renfrew Collingwood Food Security Institute (Local and Community Food Security Initiatives)
Karly Pinch: Farmer and coordinator for the Vancouver Urban Farming Society
Jill Guerra: MA, interdisciplinary background. Research focus on the intersection of sustainable agriculture initiatives, food security & poverty reduction (focus on Latin America)
NOTE: Please RSVP via EventBrite by Monday, March 2 at 5:00pm PST. If you can no longer attend, please e-mail email@example.com. These workshops are more interactive in nature and hence smaller in size so make sure to RSVP before spots fill up!
Values in Perspective is an initiative aimed at fostering constructive dialogue between different sectors of society to achieve sustainable models of development. Our approach: encourage knowledge-sharing and professional development by promoting a global mindset to local issues.
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