Lunchtime Lecture: Slow Food
The slow food movement encourages people to stop and appreciate the agricultural heritage and food culture of a region. Mia Farber, vice chair of Slow Food Santa Cruz, will discuss the history of the movement from its origins in Rome to its growth internationally, as well as its local impact.
Lunchtime Lectures take place on the first Wednesday of the month at noon in the Charlotte Wendel Education Center. Visitors are welcome to bring food and beverages.
Image: Fallen Fruit (David Burns, Matias Viegener, Austin Young), Fruit Machine, 2010; DVD; Courtesy of the artists.