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About Liz Carlisle
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Entries by Liz Carlisle
Here’s where to find Liz Carlisle and David Oien this Earth Week and beyond: April 20 – Ann Arbor, Michigan – for a special discussion and dinner event hosted by University of Michigan’s Sustainable Food Program. April 21 – East Lansing, Michigan – for a talk and reception hosted by Michigan State’s Sustainable Agriculture and […]
Liz Carlisle talks to the Heritage Radio Network’s Erin Fairbanks about the beginnings of the Lentil Underground movement, the importance of mid-scale organic farming, and the experience that inspired her to write the book. Listen here: http://www.heritageradionetwork.org/category_posts/1209-Lentil-Underground
Liz Carlisle talks to UC Food Observer Rose Hayden-Smith about some of the food issues to watch in the 2016 election cycle, the role of land-grant universities in transitioning to a more sustainable agriculture, and some of the exciting student research she’s learned about on her travels: http://ucfoodobserver.com/2015/04/07/qa-liz-carlisle/
When Anna Lappe launched her #realfoodreads book club, with Lentil Underground as the inaugural title, she solicited questions for a Q&A with author Liz Carlisle. The result? A rollicking discussion between the two authors, covering everything from nitrogen fixation to Foucault! Check it out here: http://annalappe.com/2015/03/liz-carlisle-qa/
The first half of April finds Liz Carlisle and David Oien: April 6: In Burlington, VT, for an event hosted by the stellar food systems team at the University of Vermont. April 7: In the Upper Valley, reuniting with a key member of the Lentil Underground, Alternative Energy Resources Organization founder Kye Cochran. The day will […]
Montanans! Liz Carlisle, David Oien, and Nancy Matheson’s conversation with Brian Kahn airs next week on Home Ground: Tuesday, April 7 at 6:30pm on Yellowstone Public Radio and Sunday, April 12 at 11:10am on Montana Public Radio/KUFM. The program will also be archived here: http://www.ypradio.org/programs/local/home_ground.html
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