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Jul 30

Culinary Climate Connection: From Garden to Table

Please join us for a community climate awareness and sustainability discussion with some local guests and culinary treats. Learn more about PBS’s unprecedented climate programming initiative and its bold commitment to explore environmental impacts on our planet through solutions-driven storytelling. Our robust slate of content is bringing every aspect of a changing climate to life through a diversity of perspectives, focusing on the challenges at hand while highlighting examples of positive impact.

WPBS will be bringing together local resources and experts in our community to share their knowledge about sustainable growing practices, access to local food, and using produce from both of those avenues to create a delicious snack for our attendees. A special thank you to our special guests and panelists Dani Baker of Cross Island Farms and author of The Home-Scale Forest Garden, Michael Myers from Cornell Cooperative/TasteNY, and Cape Vincent community garden volunteers who will be available to share their experiences and answer questions. Guests will also get a preview of the upcoming WPBS gardening series “Home-Scale Forest Garden” based on Dani Baker’s book.


This event is free and open to the public, but pre-registration is required.

Windmill Acres
21866 Old Rome State Road, Watertown, NY 13601
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Jul 30, 2024 02:00pm - Jul 30, 2024 04:00pm

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