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The much-anticipated TEDxManhattan, “Changing the Way We Eat,” will once again take place in New York City on March 1. Join us at the Library for a revolutionary live viewing party, featuring a brilliant lineup of experts who will explore the state of the food system and progress toward sustainability in eating and farming. The community is invited to come for all of the talks or for just a few.
Local Speakers include:
Chris Pawelski, Onion Farmer – The 2014 Farm Bill
Stacie Lynch, St. Anthony Community Hospital – A Balanced Nutritional Diet
Erik Johansen, The Iron Forge Inn – Local Food Distribution
Jason Friedman, Lowland Farm – Benefits of Grass-Fed Beef and Pastured Pork
Jon Christison, Yesterday's Restaurant – The Impact of Food Movement on Menus
Becca Tucker, Editor, Dirt Magazine - Food Movement in the Hudson Valley
Professor Richard Hull – The History of Agriculture in Warwick, NY
Click here for a complete schedule of the talks and of the speakers.
A film of the early years of the reign of Elizabeth I of England and her difficult task of learning what is necessary to be a monarch. Starring Cate Blanchett, Geoffrey Rush and Joseph Fiennes. Rated R; 124 min.