2 Oct
12–1 pm

Learn about composting 101 and urban farming. Contact michaelobrien@college.harvard.edu with questions. This event is part of Harvard's Food Better campaign.

2 Oct
1–4 pm

The farm focuses on organic recycling of waste to produce a high quality compost for soil enrichment. The farm features an in-vessel digester that composts yard and food waste in just three days. South Hamilton, MA. RSVP to olivia.kivel@gmail.com and indicate if you need transportation or could...

3 Oct
3–5:30 pm

The food system is interconnected, and all disciplines and people play a role. Get an overview of the food system and then delve into its four primary categories: production, marketing and distribution, nutrition, and waste. Hear from Harvard-affiliated speakers about how they are working to Food...

3 Oct
3–6:30 pm

The market features E.L. Silvia Farms, offering produce and fruits, Flats Mentor Farms, specializing in lettuce and other Asian greens and vegetables, and Soluna Garden Farm, featuring fresh herbs, spices, and teas. Additional bi-weekly vendors include local specialty businesses offering a variety...

7 Oct
12–6 pm

Shop the Harvard Farmers' Market every Tuesday through October on the Science Center Plaza! The Farmers' Market accepts WIC and SFMNP coupons and food stamps. Vendors

8 Oct
4 pm

With Jody Freeman, Cox Professor of Law (HLS) and Director, Environmental Law Program; and Richard Lazarus, Aibel Professor of Law (HLS). Moderated by Daniel Schrag, Hooper Professor of Geology; Professor, SEAS; Director, HUCE Learn more

10 Oct
3–6:30 pm

The market features E.L. Silvia Farms, offering produce and fruits, Flats Mentor Farms, specializing in lettuce and other Asian greens and vegetables, and Soluna Garden Farm, featuring fresh herbs, spices, and teas. Additional bi-weekly vendors include local specialty businesses offering a variety...

14 Oct
12–6 pm

Shop the Harvard Farmers' Market every Tuesday through October on the Science Center Plaza! The Farmers' Market accepts WIC and SFMNP coupons and food stamps. Vendors

15 Oct
6 pm

Speaker: George Church, Robert Winthrop Professor of Genetics, Harvard Medical School Innovative new technologies may enable scientists to manipulate ancient and modern DNA to safeguard ecosystems from invasive organisms, help species recover their genetic diversity, and address issues of climate...

17 Oct
3–6:30 pm

The market features E.L. Silvia Farms, offering produce and fruits, Flats Mentor Farms, specializing in lettuce and other Asian greens and vegetables, and Soluna Garden Farm, featuring fresh herbs, spices, and teas. Additional bi-weekly vendors include local specialty businesses offering a variety...