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    The Future of Food

    Presented by and WBUR 90.9 FM at Artists for Humanity EpiCenter (AFH)

    April 22, 2013


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    The Future of Food

    The Nature Conservancy in Massachusetts will co-host a three-part lecture series with WBUR that will bring national and global leaders to Boston to share their solutions to the most critical conservation challenges of our time.

    The Future of Nature will consist of three separate panels, which will focus on the major questions our world will face, specifically concerning the future of food, energy, and water.

    The Future of Food...

    The Nature Conservancy in Massachusetts will co-host a three-part lecture series with WBUR that will bring national and global leaders to Boston to share their solutions to the most critical conservation challenges of our time.

    The Future of Nature will consist of three separate panels, which will focus on the major questions our world will face, specifically concerning the future of food, energy, and water.

    The Future of Food panelists include Michael Leviton (chef, Lumière and Area Four, Chefs Collaborative); Oran Hesterman (founder, Fair Food Network); Paul Greenberg (author of “Four Fish: The Future of the Last Wild Food”); and David Cleary (strategy director, agriculture, The Nature Conservancy).

    Panels will be moderated by WBUR reporters, including Sacha Pfeiffer of All Things Considered.

    Each evening will include a pre-event reception with Conservancy staff and event speakers, hors d’oeuvres, and community organizations working on these important issues.


    Artists for Humanity EpiCenter (AFH)

    100 West 2nd. St
    Boston, MA 02127

    Full map and directions

    Admission Info:

    $25 per individual event or $60 for all three Future of Nature events (The Future of Food, The Future of Energy, The Future of Water)



    phone: Misty Edgecomb: 617-532-8317

    Parking:

    Event Parking is available directly across the street or adjacent to the EpiCenter.

    By Public Transportation:

    • MTBA Redline to Broadway Station
    • Walk up Broadway towards Mul’s Diner
    • Left onto A Street
    • Right onto West Second St.
    • The EpiCenter will be immediately on your left


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