Harvesting Change: Our Food Supply in Pandemic Times
The Crandell Theatre announces the first in a series of special virtual presentations —Harvesting Change: Our Food Supply in Pandemic Times sponsored by Hawthorne Valley Association. Some of the region’s leading lights in sustainable food and farming have been invited for a discussion about the state of sustenance in these strange times.
Join us Thursday, July 23 at 4pm as panelists Ruth Reichl (former editor of Gourmet Magazine, memoirist and cookbook editor), Kate Arding (co-founder of Talbott & Arding Cheese and Provisions in Hudson, NY and an internationally recognized authority on cheese) and Henry Corsun (Dogwood Farm, founder of Good Food Farmers) present a lively virtual panel about how our food supply has been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, with particular emphasis on our local food economy.
Moderated by Kathleen Finlay, President of The Glynwood Center for Food and Farming in Cold Spring NY, and former Director of Harvard’s Center for Health and the Global Environment.
This free, hour-long live panel will take place via Zoom conference — RSVP required to receive Zoom credentials.