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Seminar: Food Systems in the Age of Climate Change
Seminar: Food Systems in the Age of Climate Change
WhenTuesday, Feb. 11, 2020, 12:30 – 1:20 p.m.

Session Details:
Sustaining Indigenous Foods on Treaty Lands: A Co-Management Approach on the Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest

Presented by:
Libby Halpin Nelson, Senior Environmental Policy Analyst, Tulalip Tribes Treaty Rights Office
Ryan Miller, Manager, Tulalip Tribes Treaty Rights Office
Holly Zox, Botanist (Contractor, Tulalip Tribes)
Harriet Morgan, Climate Impacts Group, UW

NUTR 400/500 SEMINAR: Food Systems in the Age of Climate Change
Our winter seminar explores climate impacts in the context of Pacific Northwest Food Systems.

Every aspect of the food system is impacted by and has an impact on climate. Greenhouse gas emissions and contributions to climate instability or resilience are determined by what we eat, how that food is produced and harvested, how far it travels, and whether the food is wasted or resources are recovered. Climate change impacts which foods will grow and be available, their nutritional outcomes, and the occupational health of front-line agricultural workers.

Campus locationGuggenheim Hall (GUG)
Campus roomGuggenheim Hall 220
Event typesLectures/Seminars
Event sponsorsNutritional Sciences Program and CHanGE (Center for Health and the Global Environment)
Target AudienceThis seminar is open to all UW students, faculty, and staff.…
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