- Co-founder, Arizona Microgreens
Arizona Microgreens, founded by brothers Joseph Martinez and David Redwood, produces organically-grown microgreens for individuals and restaurants throughout Arizona. Located within the greenhouse at the Brooks Community School, Arizona Microgreens operates as a social enterprise that creates employment opportunities for the local community and contributes to the financial...
The Hand That Feeds follows a shy sandwich-maker as he unites his undocumented immigrant coworkers to fight abusive conditions at a popular New York restaurant chain. The epic power struggle that ensues turns a single city block into a battlefield in America’s new wage wars.
Our post-film discussant will be Nicole...
A Right to Eat follows regular families, living in northern Manitoba, in their fight to put healthy food on the table. A deeply intimate look at the frightening realities of food insecurity faced by two of Canada's most isolated northern First Nation communities and their courageous battle against hunger, disease,...
Edible City introduces a diverse cast of extraordinary characters who are challenging the paradigm of our broken food system. The film digs deep into their unique perspectives and transformative work, finding inspirational, grass-roots solutions based on growing local food systems and economies.
Following the film there will be a discussion with School...
Join us in kicking off Earth Month by attending the Food Systems and Beyond Event! Enjoy complimentary sustainable food offerings from campus dining locations, local growers and local producers. Consuming sustainable food reduces negative environmental aspects of food production and helps foster robust local economies and food security. #FeedItForward...
Roundup from the Ground Up: The Supply Side Story of the World’s Most Profitable Herbicide, 1970-Today
Bartow J. Elmore
- Assistant Professor, Ohio State University
- New America Carnegie Fellow
This event is at capacity. Available seats will be released 5 min. before start time. Please arrive early to ensure a seat. Or tune in to the LiveStream here.
Bartow J. Elmore is an Assistant Professor at Ohio State University. He is author of the award-winning Citizen Coke:...
Ground Operations is an award-winning documentary film and social action campaign that champions the growing network of combat veterans who are transitioning into careers as sustainable farmers, ranchers and artisan food producers. Please join us for the opportunity to talk with the filmmaker, Dulanie Ellis, and join in a...
- Owner of Maya's Farm
Maya’s Farm is a small, family enterprise owned by Maya Dailey. The farm is situated on nearly seven acres and nestles up to South Mountain Park in Phoenix, Arizona. The site is an ancient river bed, where sandy soils and natural Artesian wells create a perfect growing...
- Owner of Maya's Farm
Maya’s Farm is a small, family enterprise owned by Maya Dailey. The farm is sustainably operated and produces high-quality specialty vegetables, herbs, flowers and eggs for local markets, restaurants and schools.
Before she began to nurture crops, Maya’s interest was nurturing people. She entered nursing school after obtaining...
- Owner of Care-A-Lot Farms
Starting with Garlic: An Engineer’s Guide to Sustainable Urban FarmingIn 2006, David returned to Phoenix to pursue a career in environmental engineering, working with municipalities and industries on water and sustainability related challenges. Outside of work and exercise, David has devoted much of his time and energy to living...
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- General Manager, Global Sustainability Solutions Services, Walton Sustainability Solutions Initiatives
- Associate Professor, Nutrition Program, Healthy Lifestyles Research Center, College of Health Solutions
Among the many growing challenges to food system sustainability, wasted food may be one of the greatest. Food losses from production to consumption decrease food availability for those who need it the most, stress waste management systems, and impact the environment in significant ways.
Dan O'Neill, Christopher Wharton from ASU and...
Approximately 40% of the food supply is wasted in the US; that’s about 20 pounds of food per person per month! At ASU, we are doing our part to fight food waste by feeding over 500 students, faculty and staff with a meal made from nutritious food that...
- Professor of Asian and International Studies
- City University of Hong Kong (retired 2014)
Graeme Lang has developed and taught courses on: Sustainable Cities for the 21st Century; Energy, Environment and the Future; and Globalization and the Environment. He served on City University's Environment Committee, helped develop an Environmental Policy Studies undergraduate degree, and led the Department of Asian and International Studies.
As we move...
Monday, September 21Urban Gardens Talk and Tour: Justin Rohner
Landscaping Reinvented: Elegant-Edible-Sustainable
7:00 - 8:00 p.m.
Changing Hands Bookstore, Tempe
More information and RSVP.
Monday, October 5Dianna Cohen
Tough Truths About Plastic Pollution
Doors open 3:30 p.m., Lecture begins 4:00 p.m.
Arizona Ballroom, Memorial Union, Arizona State University, Tempe campus
More information and RSVP.
Tuesday, October 6Farmers Market@ASU...
- Owner and Operator of Singh Farms
Tales of Soil & Seed
Join us for a freewheeling conversation with Ken Singh: farmer, visionary, restorer of soils, and teacher of organic farming.
Light refreshments will be served
In addition to the talk at Nush, there will be a tour of Singh Farms, on Saturday, November 21, 2015, requiring a separate RSVP...
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