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Chatham Univeristy Food Studies: Fridays @ the Farm - Sustainable Chocolate
Beyond Twenty Degrees: Can Chocolate be Sustainable This Far from the Equator?
Join Dr. Alice Julier, director of Chatham’s Master of Arts in Food Studies program, for a discussion about examples of sustainably-sourced and fair trade chocolate. Enjoy great chocolate treats and samples as we discuss the issue.
|Where||Chatham University Eden Hall Campus 6035 Ridge Rd, Gibsonia, PA 15044|
|Next on||This event is over.|
|Time||4:00 pm–5:30 pm|
|Price||FREE and open to the public - Please register on website link|
More About Chatham University Eden Hall Campus
Chatham University is a college offering undergraduate and graduate education.
Its 388-acre Eden Hall campus in Richland Township was donated to the university in 2008 by the Eden Hall Foundation.
Chatham developed a master plan for Eden Hall that makes it the first sustainable campus built from the ground up.
Its School of Sustainability and the Environment will provide sustainable answers to regional, national and global social, economic, and environmental concerns.
The SSE encompasses the Master of Arts in Food Studies program and the Rachel Carson Institute.
Chatham's main campus is in Shadyside, and it has a seven-acre Eastside facility less than a mile away.