Everything on the Table Part Three: Colorado’s Food Landscape
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About the event
In our final episode, we’ll zoom in to look at food production in our own backyard. How are Colorado farmers and ranchers adapting to our changing climate? What impacts are they seeing, and what steps are they taking to safeguard the future of their products? We’ll talk to local agricultural producers and organizations about the innovative ideas and solutions they have implemented and how these innovations could be translated globally.
Be sure to tune in on Tuesday, November 16 for a virtual panel discussion moderated by Eugene Kelly, Professor of Pedology, Deputy Director of the Colorado Agricultural Experiment Station, and Associate Director for Research in the School of Global Environmental Sustainability at Colorado State University. Audience members are invited to send questions in advance for potential inclusion in the conversation.
Everything on the Table: Re-imagining Global-to-Local Food Systems is presented by the Institute for Science & Policy at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science, the Environmental Sustainability Initiative at the University of Denver’s Josef Korbel School of International Studies, and the Colorado State University System’s new Spur Campus, International Agriculture Program.