Our Pasadena-based friends have alerted us to the Sustainable World Salon, an opportunity to discuss critical issues related to the theme “saving the world, one bite at a time.”
When: Monday, November 13, 2006, from 6:30pm until 8:30pm
Where: Sweetland Hall, All Saints Church, 132 North Euclid Avenue in Pasadena
Cost: Free of charge
Light fare provided. Patty Oertel will be the facilitator. Reservations requested; please call 626.797.4966.
Come prepared to discuss the Sept. 11 issue of The Nation, including “Slow Food Nation” by Alice Waters and a forum of thinkers answering the question, “One thing (we can) do about Food” in the same issue. Also, pages 3-6 of the Fall 2006 Food Security newsletter. To access the Nation articles go to their web site.
Eating local foods is a radical act! The decisions we make about food have personal and global repercussions. In this first salon, a roundtable discussion, we will consider the full consequences of our national dietary habits, including health, poverty, crime, lifestyle, food safety, energy resources and biodiversity. That’s a pretty powerful tomato you’re eating!