The Danville Library & Sustainable Danville Area
FOOD: LOCAL, FREE-RANGE OR ORGANIC?
THURSDAY, JUNE 21ST
DANVILLE LIBRARY, 400 FRONT STREET, DANVILLE
MT. DIABLO ROOM
6:30 PM – 8:00 PM
Doesn’t it seem like feeding ourselves and our family has gotten a lot more complex in the last few years? Local, Free-Range, Organic Food: what does it mean and how can you make sure you’re making healthy choices for you and the environment?
Join our speakers for an engaging discussion and learn how to become an earth-friendly eater and get healthier along the way.
Linda Riebel, author of ‘The Green Foodprint: Food Choices for Healthy People and a Healthy Planet’ will talk about the main guidelines to environmentally wiser food and share many options, so you can tailor Earth-friendly eating to your own lifestyle. Linda Riebel, Ph.D., is an environmental educator on the faculty of Saybrook University, where she helped create the sustainability program. She serves on the board of Sustainable Lafayette (helping create the farmers' market, Earth Day and Food Day events, among other things), and has published and lectured about sustainable food for over ten years.
Danville Area Sustainble Business leader Joey Mazzera from Green Apple Acupuncture will reveal the ten most important herbs to integrate into your diet for a holistic approach to healthy living. Joey is a licensed Acupuncturist and received her Master’s Degree in Traditional Chinese Medicine from The American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine in San Francisco.