Public Lecture by Florence Reed: Organic Farming to Feed the World

  • Centenary College (Whited Room in Bynum Commons) 2911 Centenary Boulevard Shreveport, LA, 71104 United States
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September 24th, Shrevesport, LA Centenary College hosts sustainability advocate and Wilson Fellow Florence Reed

Florence Reed, president and founder of Sustainable Harvest International, will be in residence September 21-25 as a Woodrow Wilson Visiting Fellow at Centenary College. In addition to workshops for students and faculty, Reed’s visit to Centenary will include a public lecture, "Organic Farming to Feed the World," on Thursday, September 24 at 6:00 p.m. in the Whited Room in Bynum Commons.

“Florence Reed’s visit will be an exciting complement to ongoing Centenary conversations about the challenge of living a sustainable life in the complex 21st century world,” said Jenifer K. Ward, Provost and Dean of the College. “Through Sustainable Harvest International, Reed has created a platform for linking personal service with global advocacy and action, providing an incredible model for our students as they work to discover their own passions and begin to think about ways they can bring about positive change.”

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