Lunchtime Lecture with Sarah Federman & Deborah Madison

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Wednesday April 19

12:00 PM  –  2:00 PM

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What does knowing about the evolutionary history of plants matter for global food security and conservation in changing climates? Join us for lunch and discussion with Sarah Federman, PhD, and Deborah Madison, author and chef. Topics will include a brief overview of ‘tree thinking,’ the edible plant tree-of-life, and food security in changing climates.

This event is in conjunction with Botany of a Feast: an immersive culinary and scientific experience. Proceeds will fund the Santa Fe Botanical Garden’s new ethnobotanical garden, an important living collection of plants used by humans.