Museum of Science
The first "Let's Talk About Food" event of 2012 is a whopper: Marian Nestle, the well-deserved queen of food commentary, and US Rep Chellie Pingree, one of Congress's food-policy leaders, highlight the bill.
In the latest round of “10 Words or Less,” the participant is one of the panelists May 26 for “Food and Sustainability,” a continuation of the two-year “Let’s Talk About Food” series being conducted by Boston’s Museum of Science. Carroll is the author of several books, including “Pastures of Plenty” and “The Real Dirt.” Remember: Please, no counting; the 10-word thing is a goal, not a rule, and besides, let’s see you do it.
Name: John E. Carroll
Residence: Durham, N.H.
Occupation: Professor of environmental conservation, University of New Hampshire
Passion: “Watching the growth of the new local food and farming movement.” Read more »
“Surprisingly to everyone around here, the auditorium was full, with a huge waiting list,” said David Sittenfeld, manager of the museum’s forum program. “What we realized was that we needed not just a few programs about food but a full and discrete program.” Read more »