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The UW Department of Anthropology
& the UW Farm invite you to:
A Taste of Spring

A Reception and Dinner Featuring Guest Speaker
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Molly Wizenberg
UW anthropology alumna & author
of the world-renowned food blog Orangette
and the book A Homemade Life

Thursday, May 26, 2011
Six to Nine o’clock in the evening
Tickets are $50, with proceeds benefiting the UW Department of Anthropology and the UW Farm
Register Now

Center for Urban Horticulture

(in the Northwest Horticultural Society Hall)
3501 NE 41st Street Seattle, WA 98195. (map)

Come help us celebrate the expansion of the UW Farm and the Department of Anthropology’s research and teaching on food issues. Tour the UW Farm’s expansion at the Center for Urban Horticulture and browse posters highlighting food research by Anthropology graduate students.

The evening begins with a wine and appetizer reception, followed by a “farm-to-table” dinner featuring local, seasonal foods prepared with the help of UW Farm and Department of Anthropology volunteers. Molly Wizenberg, renowned food blogger, Bon Appetit columnist and author, will be the evening’s speaker. The night will close with a sumptuous dessert auction!

About the UW Farm

Founded in 2005 by a small number of faculty and students, the UW Farm has grown into a vibrant and active campus community. Its current expansion from its original site in the vicinity of the Botany Greenhouses will allow the student farmers to collaborate with Seattle Youth GardenWorks, sponsored by Seattle Tilth, in a collaborative farm to promote the use of farm-fresh produce on campus and develop leadership skills for UW students and local youth.

In recent years, the UW Anthropology Department has developed a new area in food studies, which includes new courses on the intersections of food, culture, health, and the environment, including a study abroad program at the UW Rome Center on the Culture and Politics of Food in Italy. This new concentration is attracting undergraduate and graduate students interested in food studies to the field of anthropology - opening career paths in food policy, public education, social entrepreneurship, and food advocacy for underserved communities.

Reserve your ticket now!
We’re going green for event registration...so please register online by May 19th at:
http://tiny.cc/TasteOfSpring
Seats are limited.

If you are unable to attend, but would like to contribute a gift to Anthropology graduate students or the UW Farm, click here:
Urban Farm Support Fund

Student Training in Anthropological Research Tools and Skills (STARTS) 

Call (206) 543-5240 or email anthrsvp@uw.edu with any questions.

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