Thursday, March 20, 2014 - 6:00pm
OSU Hillel, 46 E 16th Ave.
The Melton Center for Jewish Studies presents:
Founder of Hazon, a world-leading Jewish based environmental group.
6 pm- kosher, eco-friendly snack and info. tables
7 pm- lecture and discussion
What happens when 3,000 years of Jewish food traditions connect with the complexities of eating in the 21st century? In this evening's address, Nigel Savage, the founder of Hazon, and one of the key leaders of the contemporary Jewish Food Movement will share some insights -- and tell a story about three goats.
Supported by the Gretel Bloch fund. Co-sponsored by OSU’s School of Environment and Natural Resources, Agricultural Ecosystems Management Program, Office of Student Life, Multicultural Center and Energy Management & Sustainability department, Hillel, and Ohio Interfaith Power and Light.
Nigel will also be giving a talk for the SENR seminar at 4pm on campus. Check their website for more information: http://senr.osu.edu/about-us/events/spring-2014-senr-seminar-series-6
Please allow yourself time to find parking. There are meters along 16th Ave. The most reliable parking is at the Ohio Union parking garage. See map below.