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Healthy and Sustainable Food: How American Dietary Guidelines are Looking at More than just Individual Health
Wright-Locke Farm is kicking off their 2017 speaker series by welcoming Dr. Renee Barille to speak in their beautiful 1827 Barn. Dr. Barrile will review the latest Dietary Guidelines for Americans, the research behind them, and how the US is now giving recommendations that go above and beyond just good health and extend to dietary choices that do not burden the environment and promote global sustainability.
Renee Barrile is a Registered Dietitian and a nutrition professor at University of Massachusetts Lowell. She received her PhD from Tufts University where she studied vitamin metabolism, and now acts as the Program Director for MPH program that trains students to be public health nutritionists.
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Please join us for a tasty “Paper Plate” Supper at the farm before each event. Chef Mel Carden of for goodness sake foods will be dishing out her farm-inspired homestyle dinners at our Farm Stand starting at 6PM - please visit www.wlfarm.org/paperplate/ for details on pricing and to reserve your meal.
In the spirit of inspiring and facilitating conversation in a time where it is crucial that we stay informed about the world around us, Wright-Locke Farm invites you to our 2017 Speaker Series. Join us monthly in our beautiful 1827 Barn for an evening of discovery and discussion. Each presentation will begin at 7:30PM and allow for a follow-up Q & A session. Our Speaker Series is free and open to the public.
We kindly ask you to RSVP by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org so we can save you a seat.
Featured image courtesy of Shelburne Orchards.