- March 10, 2012
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- Offering Format: Public Event, Lecture
- Cahners Theater
With Jonathan D. Kemp, president, FoodEx/Organic Renaissance Food Exchange, New Bedford, MA; Dan Mandich, owner, Westminster Meats, Westminster Station, VT; Danielle Nierenberg, senior researcher and director, Nourishing the Planet Program, Worldwatch Institute; Theo Weening, global meat coordinator, Whole Foods Market; Nick Zigelbaum, livestock manager, Siena Farms, Sudbury, MA
Join us in the Gordon Current Science & Technology Center prior to the screening of the new documentary film, American Meat, as each of the individual panelists is interviewed in depth on the subject of sustainable meat agriculture and production. Discover the real difference between organic foods and their traditionally grown counterparts when it comes to nutrition, safety, and price. Talk with the experts during the question and answer sessions after each interview.
Attend Small Footprint, Big Flavor: A Dinner of Sustainable Grass-Fed Meats and receive discounted Exhibit Halls admission for this program.
Funding provided by the Barbara and Malcolm L. Sherman Fund for Adult Programs and by the David and Marion Ellis Endowment Fund.
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