'Author Meets Critics' with Professor Paul B. Thompson, Michigan State University

2017-04-18 by News, Sports, and Art

UAA Environmental Ethics student panelists Samuel Rice, Ben Mock, Molly Fenton, Nathan Burns and Angelina Klapperich host an evening with Professor Paul B. Thompson, author of From Field to Fork: Food Ethics for Everyone (Oxford University Press, 2015; North American Society for Social Philosophy 2015 Book Award Winner). Professor Thompson has been writing and researching food issues for more than 30 years, advising the food industry internationally and studying food from an ethical perspective. His text is the first comprehensive study to explore interconnections hidden deep within the wide range of ethical issues related to the production and consumption of food.

For more information, please contact Professor Raymond Anthony at rxanthony@alaska.edu.

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Living and raw foods talk with Jennifer Lynn

2011-07-29 by News, Sports, and Art

Learn how eating plant-based, unprocessed foods can make you feel amazing. Join the discussion and experience the “living and raw food” lifestyle with Jennifer Lynn, who will share how easy—and difficult—it is to start living raw today.

Find out all you need to know to eat raw right now including the equipment you’ll need to begin your raw food lifestyle and how to become a raw food gourmet. Raw food samples will be on hand, too.

Jennifer Lynn is a gardener who runs, rides, writes, reads and eats living foods in Anchorage.

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