EE101: The Hands That Feed Us: Labor in the Food System – Greg Asbed, Lucas Benitez, and Saru Jayaraman
According to The Hands That Feed Us, a report by the Food Chain Worker’s Alliance, more than 20 million people in the United States work in some capacity along the food chain. What are the levers for change in the food labor system, and how can we, as consumers, influence a shift in both cultural practice and policy? View the full lecture description, speaker details and register to attend.
Social Eats: How to Break Down a Lamb
EE101: The New Face of American Agriculture: Women Farmers – Gail Myers, Nikiko Masumoto, and Annabelle Lenderink
Women operate one in ten farms in America—and this number is steadily increasing: the number of US farms operated by women nearly tripled over the past three decades, from 5 percent in 1978 to 14 percent by 2007. What influences does this influx of women farmers bring to agriculture in the United States? View the full lecture description and speaker biographies.
6th Grade Family Nights Out on April 30th
May 2014 Edible Schoolyard Berkeley Public Tour
Public tours begin promptly at 9:00 am and include class observation and school lunch discussion. All guests must register.