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CLICK HERE to watch “Edible America: Food Security, Organic Farming and the Art of Eating Well.”

 

The USC Center for the Political Future and USC Wrigley Institute for Environment and Sustainability are excited to host a discussion about food, sustainability, and agriculture on Tuesday, February 27 in TCC 350 & 351 (Franklin Suites) from 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm PST. Free lunch will be provided!

 

The event features Douglas Brinkley, Spring 2024 CPF Fellow and environmentalist, as well as Alice Waters, culinary author and chef. This conversation will explore the intersections of food security, access to healthy food, and the importance of organic farming practices in the pursuit of a better food system.

 

Douglas Brinkley is currently a Spring 2024 Fellow at the USC Center for the Political Future. He serves as Katherine Tsanoff Brown Chair in Humanities at Rice University, where he teaches history. His impactful contributions in environmental leadership have earned him accolades; six of his nonfiction books were honored as “Notable Book of the Year” by the New York Times.  

 

Alice Waters is a chef, restaurateur, and author. Her restaurant Chez Panisse, located in Berkeley, California, drove the farm-to-fork movement and pioneered California cuisine. Waters is a national public policy advocate for accessible healthy, organic foods. Her role in food policy influenced Michelle Obama’s White House organic garden program.

 

CLICK HERE to watch “Edible America: Food Security, Organic Farming and the Art of Eating Well.”

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