Join MALT for Our Common Ground, a series of conversations to surface creative, collective solutions to some of our most pressing global challenges.
MALT CEO Thane Kreiner, Ph.D., and guest panelists will explore a range of issues related to the future of agriculture and food such as diversity and social justice in food systems, regenerative agriculture and how agricultural practices must adapt to our rapidly changing climate. Guests will bring a diverse range of expertise, backgrounds and life experiences.
This month's conversation: Ethnobotany
Panelists to include Rebecca Burgess, executive director of Fibershed, and Keith Warner, OFM, director of education and action research at Santa Clara University’s Miller Center for Social Entrepreneurship.
Anyone can sign up to watch the conversations live and free of charge, and replays will be available later on the MALT website.