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Foodopoly: Gratitude in Action

Gratitude in Action: Eating to Nurture the Earth
Tuesday, May 14, 7 p.m.

In partnership with Chalice Tuesdays, this all-church Chalice Tuesday event celebrates lessons learned from the recent RRUUC course Hungry for Change: Food, Ethics, and Sustainability and RRUUC’s first Community-Supported Agriculture (CSA) project that begins in May.

Wenonah Hauter, Executive Director of Food & Water Watch, will discuss and sign copies of her new book Foodopoly: The Battle Over the Future of Food and Farming in America provided by Barnes & Noble. Called “one of the 10 Remarkable Nonprofits You’ve Never Heard Of,” Food & Water Watch was created In Fall 2005 by 12 members of the Energy and Environment Program at the non-profit organization Public Citizen.  Wenonah grew up on a farm in the Bull Run Mountains of Northern Virginia where she and her husband run an organic farm.

 

Wenonah Hauter, CEO Food & Water Watch and author 'Foodopoly'