Please join the Institute for Sustainability and the College of Humanities for Revisiting Food Security and Sustainability in Trinidad and Tobago under COVID.
This event is part of a series: Cultivating Local and Indigenous Knowledge co-discovery of environmental resilience in our students and surrounding communities.
Featuring local gardener and food activist: Danette Archer, with faculty facilitator: Dr. Chaudhari.
Danette Archer has been a lifelong gardener and food activist advocating for sharing the wealth of local knowledge and practices related to plants for food, health in the culturally diverse island of Trinidad. She has actively learned from local indigenous knowledge experts while also engaging in various food gardening programs. We will learn how she has engaged in home and community gardening including local and non-local methods since COVID restrictions which have significantly affected the food environment in Trinidad.
Sign language interpreters, note takers, or transcribers are available for this event. Requests for services must be submitted at least five (5) working days in advance. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with questions or to request accommodations.