Of Forests, of Rivers, and of Meals

May 14th, 2020

How can we think through concerns around food, sustainability and recuperative ecology on a localized level?

Eating Our Way to a Recuperative Ecology

What does the story of the Asian carp in the lower Mississippi river system tell us about fishing policies, river engineering, trade, and dietary habits? Sarah Lewison addresses this question on an experiential level as she relates the concerns of local activists to an approach to sustainability that thinks through communality and our expectations around food.