Three neat events coming up!
Community Gardens, Community Development: A Conversation with Ari Rosenberg
Thursday, April 7 – 3 pm
Science Center, Room A154
A conversation with Ari Rosenberg, a veteran youth and community organizer and urban gardener with Lots to Gardens, an organization based in Maine, about how one starts an urban gardening program. Ari will present her experiences and answer questions you have about
The talk will be co-sponsored by Slow Food Oberlin, OGROW and the Resource Conservation Team.
Environmental Activism in the 21st Century: Fostering College and Community Partnerships
Saturday, April 9 – 1:30-4:30 pm
This symposium will be a chance to hear from an incredible panel of six local environmental justice activists, including some who work on food justice issues in our community. After we hear from the different activists about their work, there will be a chance to talk with them and with other symposium attendees how to become engaged in their work and in better activism in general.
Going to Powershift? Let me know so I can put you in touch with Hnin Hnin, Slow Food’s national campus programs coordinator – she wants to meet you!