Environmental studies at the UW Program on the Environment is hosting a speaker series called “Nosh on Nature.” This series bringing students, alumni, faculty and environmental professionals together over lunch to talk about the latest environmental issues.
Their first talk may be of interest to sociology majors interested in both programs for homeless youth and issues of sustainability. It will discuss the non profit organization Seattle Youth Garden Works, which works with underserved and homeless youth in the area. This program seeks to empower participants through garden-based education and employment. Kristen Rower, Program Manager of Seattle Youth Garden Works will discuss how this program provides employment training in sustainable urban agriculture and experience with growing, cooking and selling produce. See below for more even information:
Date: Thursday, Sept. 25
Location: Wallace Hall 012, 12:30-1:30pm
RSVP Required: https://catalyst.uw.edu/webq/survey/juljohn/246958