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LOG LUNCH FRIDAY: Growing Communities: Socioecological Constructions of Community in Urban Gardens

Fri, September 22nd, 2023
12:00 pm
- 1:00 pm

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LOG LUNCH FRIDAY: Growing Communities: Socioecological Constructions of Community in Urban Gardens, Teresa Ong ’09, Assistant Professor, Dartmouth College.  All Welcome! Reservations required ($3 cash at the door for veggie local food lunch).  Make your lunch reservation here: https://ces.williams.edu/publications/ces-notes/ces-notes-2014/log-lunch-2/log-lunch-2-cookbook/

Theresa Ong is an agroecologist who combines theory with empirical work in agricultural systems to understand how complex interactions between the environment, organisms and people ultimately influence food production and ecosystem stability. She is a Williams ’09, received her M.S. and Ph.D. at the University of Michigan, and did her postdoctoral work at Princeton University.  She is now Assistant professor of Environmental Studies and Ecology, Evolution, Environment and Society at Dartmouth College.

Log Lunch is a program of the Center for Environmental Studies, serving local veggie lunch every Friday since 1977! 

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