Menu for the Future
This six-session Northwest Earth Institute course explores the connection between food and sustainability. Wednesdays, 3/20 to 4/24, held at the Leedy Grange Hall (across from the library), 6:30-8:30pm. Registration required. Read more...
Leedy Grange and the Cedar Mill Library are partnering to offer this course. We will cover the history, economics and culture of food in America and help you become more conscious about your food choices—for the long-term health of the planet, and for our individual well-being.
The course is based on a workbook filled with short articles from a variety of sources, including Michael Pollan, Marian Nestle and many others. Each week, participants will discuss the readings and share their thoughts about the brief “homework” projects from the study guide.
The Library has purchased 12 books, and is offering them to participants for half-price ($12.50) so you can keep your book when the course ends. Couples or friends can share a workbook. But there are only 12 books available, so if you’re interested, sign up now at http://leedygrange.org/
Questions? Contact Shelly vanDresser, 503-816-9434 or Shelly.NTP@gmail.com
Leedy Grange Hall is located at 835 NW Saltzman, across from the library at the entrance to the Thriftway parking lot. Plenty of free parking, accessible entrance near Saltzman.