EarthxSustainableU Addresses Urban Agriculture and Food Security
Free Event at El Centro West Campus Continues Series of Learning Events from EarthX and the Dallas County Community College District
WHAT: EarthxSustainableU will host a highly interactive morning addressing urban agriculture and food security, focusing on local urban agriculture producers, urban agriculture resources and education, as well as community-based organizations improving healthy food access. The format will include several five-minute lightning talks, which will be followed by roundtable discussions with the featured experts.
“EarthxSustainableU is teaching practical solutions and ideas that everyone can consider and implement,” said Georgeann Moss, Executive Administrator, Sustainability Outreach & Initiatives for DCCCD. “DCCCD houses a trove of students, teachers, community leaders, influencers, and activists who we want to first teach about sustainability, and secondly inspire to action.”
This is the second in a series of EarthxSustainableU learning events presented by EarthX in partnership with the Dallas County Community College District (DCCCD) to broaden understanding of key environmental issues. The first, which addressed Mobility Issues, was hosted at Cedar Valley College in October.
WHEN: Saturday, November 16, 2019 from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.
WHERE: El Centro College – West Campus 3330 N. Hampton Road Dallas, TX 75212
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MORE:EarthX convenes the world’s largest environmental expo, conference and film festival, and is a member of IUCN, International Union for Conservation of Nature. Founded in 2011 as Earth Day Dallas by environmentalist and businessman Trammell S. Crow, the Texas-based 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization promotes environmental awareness and impact through conscious business, nonpartisan collaboration and community-driven sustainable solutions. In 2019, the event drew over 177,000 attendees, 2,000 environmental leaders, exhibitors and more than 400 speakers. Earthx2020 will be held April 22 – 26, 2020 in Dallas. Visit www.EarthX.org.