If you missed out last week, well you're in luck. Come plant seeds or
water your recently planted seedlings. We will also be discussing
future events, like going to farms, hosting documentaries, GRAFTING
fruit trees, as well as spreading wild flowers throughout campus
Come to this LTB meeting because we need your input into
what events to host!
Watch Fresh during lunch! Don't worry it is not another depressing movie about the food industry. This documentary is upbeat and provides solutions. Critics have said:
"FRESH is just that--an upbeat and wonderfully fresh look at our food system and how to make it work better for the health of humans and the planet. It's a must see for everyone who eats." - Marion Nestle
"Where FRESH departs from FOOD, INC, The Omnivore's Dilemma, and most other food documentaries of late, is that FRESH is downright hopeful." - FairFoodFight.com
"We all just watched FRESH...and we were mesmerized and empowered. Every American needs to see this. You will capture hearts with this. I can't wait to sit in an audience watching this. It is absolutely masterful. "
- Joel Salatin
"We all know about the problems with the American food system, but what about the solutions? FRESH is a bracing, even exhilarating look at the whole range of efforts underway to renovate the way we grow food and feed ourselves."
- Michael Pollan
Do you like growing your own veggies? Do you find enjoyment from
getting your hands dirty in soil? Are you curious to learn about plants
and gardening techniques? Or do you just like talking to plants? If
so, meet at the greenhouse attached to the Johnson Hall of Science and get
pumped to plant seeds.
We will also talk about future events for LTB. See you there.
Interested in local, sustainable food? Come to our weekly meetings on Thursdays to talk about food, gardens, getting more local food on campus, planning events for campus, getting out to work on farms, and anything else related to food that interests you.