Food for Thought: I am Farmer

Tuesday November 14, 2017

Green Bay Campus Auditorium, SC130

11:30 AM - 12:30 PM

Feed your body. Feed your mind.  Students receive a FREE lunch while attending!

I am Farmer tells the story of Farmer Tantoh, a grassroots environmentalist from Cameroon, Africa and an NWTC international student alum. His work has led to the development of over 800 gardens, clean water for tens of thousands of people, and a movement toward sustainable and organic farming in his home country.
Meet author, Miranda Paul as she shares this unique story with us.

- please have your student photo i.d. for the free lunch
- while supplies last

2017-2018 Food for Thought Series  |  Free and Open to the public. Carry-in lunches welcome.

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