Some of the food system’s most prominent leaders will join the food writer and activist for evening conversations at Columbia.
Acclaimed chef Jonah Reider and composer Ricardo Romaneiro host immersive and music-driven dinners.
While the topics ranged from seed saving, soil science and starting a food business to school food, greening urban infrastructure, food education, advocacy and policy, the underlying themes were community and equity.
The conference will focus on the importance of equity in the food system on a variety of scales. We went last year and have been looking forward to its return ever since.
The November 17 screening honors “the matriarch of the food movement.”
An evangelist for vertical farms.
This is generally the time of year for daydreaming about self-improvement, career changes and the future. That’s why we wanted to pass along a note we received from Columbia Journalism School about their nine-month Robert Wood Johnson Foundation MA Program in Health and Science Journalism. It’s for those who want to focus on science, health, or environmental reporting, either experienced journalists in other fields or those who already cover science.