Bloomington Eats Green: Discover and Celebrate Local Food

– Three weekend events

Friday, January 22 @ Woodburn Hall 100, IU Bloomington
6-7:30 p.m. – FREE and open to the public
Gary Nabhan: “Renewing America’s Food Traditions”
Nabhan, a native Hoosier who teachers at the University of Arizona, is a conservations and ethnobotanist, and has written more than a dozen books, including Coming Home to Eat and Renewing America’s Food Traditions.

Saturday, January 23 @Woodburn Hall 100, IU Bloomington
6-7:30 p.m. – FREE and open to the public
Joel Salatin: “Holy Cows and Hog Heaven”
Salatin, made famous by Michael Pollan’s best selling The Omnivore’s Dilemma, is an irreverent but passionate voice in the conversation about how we raise our food. He is leading a revolution among small family farms that are raising animals for meat.

Sunday, January 24 @ Indiana University Memorial Union Alumni Hall, 3-6 p.m. Tickets $20 @ Bloomingfoods, $25 @ door
Slow Food Bloomington presents: Hog Heaven
14 chefs, great pork cookery, local beer and wine (cash bar), homegrown good music, good times!

Indiana University Office of the Vice President for Faculty and Academic Affairs
Departments of Geography, Political Science, Anthropology, Business Communication
Slow Food Bloomington

The best web based information we have found for this event is the blog titled My Plate or Yours.


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