by Anya Kroupnik Windhoffer, special to Edible DC
A recent TEDx Manhattan viewing party here in DC tackled issues that sometimes can seem obsessive, even to those who are, admittedly, food obsessed. Does a food need to be organic? How was this grown? Was this ethically harvested? The “Changing The Way We Eat” event explored these questions and others, ultimately confirming that food and sustainability do matter, and they matter to all of us.
As with all TEDx events, the organization brought together many experts and enthusiasts alike, from vegan rappers and inspirational teachers to world-renowned scientists. The D.C. viewing party offered an opportunity for local speakers to also share their work, experiences and visions from a decidedly D.C. perspective. Pam Hess, Executive Director of the Arcadia Center for Sustainable Food & Agriculture, kicked off the event by introducing Arcadia’s programs dedicated to creating a more equitable and sustainable food … Read More