AUA Fall Gathering
Sharing Current Urban Ag Research Relevant to Your Garden or Farm
Tuesday November 11
Loyola Chicago Institute for Environmental Sustainability
6349 Kenmore Ave., Seminar Room 123/124
Free to all!
The night will include:
- Presentations on urban agriculture research being done in Chicago and how it applies to those growing food in the city
Chris Peterson on IES and higher education in urban agriculture
David Lowenstein on pollinators and biocontrol
John Taylor on urban plant varieties
Kellen Marshall on farmer knowledge and education survey
- Tours and presentation on Loyola’s new sustainable agriculture program
- Community Slideshow-Show off your garden or farm! Send 1-4 photos and a brief description to email@example.com by noon on Monday 11/10
- Community Potluck-Please bring a dish to share, or if you don’t feel like cooking, purchase food at IES’ Engrained Cafe, who will be donating 10% of proceeds to AUA
Volunteers needed! Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.