The award-winning journalist and well-known thought leader for food, sustainability and social change, Simran Sethi, stayed at Glynwood for a few days in April for a lunch with Kamal Mouzawak and an informal presentation to our staff on her book, “Bread, Wine, Chocolate: The Slow Loss of Foods We Love.” Our Vice President of Programs, Sara Grady, asked Simran a few more questions about food biodiversity, a threat of sameness in our food system and deeper connections that can be made through enjoying food.
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Glynwood’s Man In Havana
DISPATCH: Glynwood’s Director of Farmer Training, Dave Llewellyn, was invited by the Schumacher Center for a New Economics’ Cuba-US Agroecology Network for a trip to Cuba during Thanksgiving week to attend the 5th Annual Conference on Agroecology, Sustainable Agriculture and Cooperatives. This is his report.
Meet Our Staff: Vegetable Production
Jarret Nelson joined our staff as vegetable production assistant in 2013, following an apprenticeship, and was promoted to manager in 2014. Before that, he took a prolonged hiatus from college to travel and see the world, […]