Time & Date
Wednesday, June 8, 2022, 6:30 pm
WBUR CitySpace 890 Commonwealth Avenue Boston, MA 02215Open in Google Maps
New England once grew local crops to meet demand. The global pandemic exposed the region’s need for more self-sufficiency, resilience and equitable access to food.
WBUR environmental correspondent Barbara Moran moderated a conversation exploring the importance of local food and understanding where your dinner comes from with Tamar Haspel, Washington Post columnist and author of “To Boldly Grow: Finding Joy, Adventure, and Dinner in Your Own Backyard,” Tamika R. Francis, founder, chief chef (and bottle washer) at Food & Folklore and Joy Gary, executive director of Boston Farms Community Land Trust.
You will also learn practical skills you can take home, in a gardening demonstration led by Quontay Turner, owner of Emerald City Plant Shop.
This event is co-produced by Fix, Grist’s solutions lab.
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Fix, Grist's Solutions Lab
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