Aug 15, 2019
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Los Altos Library
13 S San Antonio Rd, 94022
Los Altos,, CA 94022
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How do we build a food system that reflects our deepest values? This panel discussion with local experts will explore how our food choices can positively affect ongoing social concerns.
- Jesse Ziff Cool, owner of Jesse Cool Restaurants, author of seven cookbooks and a pioneer in the movement for organic, seasonal, local food
- Sibella Kraus, founder of the San Francisco Ferry Plaza Farmers’ Market as well as SAGE (Sustainable Agriculture Education), which cultivates urban-edge places where farming and local fools culture can thrive
- Blair Thompson, Hidden Villa’s Animal Husbandry Manager who sees regenerative agricultural practices as an essential element in the future of food
- Peter Ruddock, a Slow Food California board president and Coordinator of the California Food Policy Council
The evening begins with an informal reception at the Museum at 6:30pm, with appetizers provided by Epicurean Group. The panel is held immediately following at 7pm at the Los Altos Library Orchard Room. Registration for both is free.
This program is in support of the exhibition “Silicon Valley Eats: A Taste for Innovation” appearing in the Museum’s Main Gallery, noon-4pm, Thursdays-Sundays, May 2 – October 6, 2019.
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