JLF: Earthbound: Food to Live By: Canyon Theater
Eric Skokan and Lentine Alexis in conversation with Michelle Gabrieloff-Parish
Changes in attitudes about how our food is sourced and prepared have inspired restaurateurs, chefs, farmers, and grocers to evolve. Organic means working with nature. It means higher levels of animal welfare, lower levels of pesticides, no manufactured herbicides or artificial fertilizers, and more environmentally sustainable management of the land and natural environment. The living soil yields living food which nurtures the body and the mind. Eric Skokan is the owner of the Black Cat Farm Table Bistro and Bramble & Hare, both of which serve food that’s sourced almost entirely from his Black Cat Farm. Lentine Alexis is a chef and former pro athlete, chef ambassador for Whole Foods Market, and passionate advocate of healthy living. In conversation with Michelle Gabrieloff-Parish, the Energy & Climate Justice Manager at the University of Colorado, Boulder’s Environmental Center, they discuss the essence of healthy eating and the future of natural food.
- Sunday, Sep 22 2019
- 3:30pm - 4:30pm
- Main Library