WITH DR. JASMIN PESCKE AND LEA SPRUGEL
Sponsored by the Geotheanum, Section for Agriculture
May 8 and 15, 2-4pm CEST/8-10am EST/5-7am PST
A meal forms community, offers opportunities to meet and increases enjoyment. In community, eating and living habits can also be reflected upon and changes can be sustainably established. In addition to table fellowship, our food choices are the basis for relationships. What we eat is directly related to the health of the earth. Thus, the way in which food is produced, processed and traded matters. Collaboration based on trust and appreciation is the best approach. The topic of food and community will be very broadly defined. An aspect of community even exists in the microbiome, which wants to be nurtured. The workshop will comprise contributions, conversation and practical exercises. We look forward to your participation!
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