Food, ecology & Campus Dining up for discussion at Monday lunch seminar

DSC07903Curious about the food on your plate, the effects of the modern food system on our environment, and sustainability efforts under way by Campus Dining?

If so, please reserve your spot and join Lyndon Estes, an ecologist, Princeton Studies Food Council member, associate research scholar, WWS-STEP and CEE and also lecturer for PEI; along with Smitha Haneef, executive director of Campus Dining, for a Monday 3/28 lunch seminar on the subject hosted by the Office of Sustainability.

Where: Rocky Private Dining Room
When: Monday, March 28
Time: 12-1:20 pm (join as you are able)
RSVP to by Friday, March 25, at 4 pm.
Indicate whether you will need a meal swipe for the Rocky Dining Hall.
Read about Estes’s agriculture, biodiversity, and sustainability work here. Read a Q&A with Haneef here.