The University of California Riverside’s College of Natural and Agricultural Sciences in partnership with the UC Global Food Initiative and California Agriculture and Food Enterprise will host a series of lectures about the science of food and health.
This series is a wonderful way to explore the role plants play in our lives and why we should care about plants. Share this information with fellow educators, friends and family!
The following topics will be presented during the Spring Lecture Series:
- Feeding Botswana: From Field to Lab to Vaccine (April 9)
- Food Security for Africa: The Cowpea Story from Lab to Plate (April 23)
- Seeds of Change: UCR’s Healthy and Sustainable Food Initiative (May 7)
- What You Eat Is How You Feel: Nutrition and Its Impact on Immunity and Health (May 21)
All lectures will be held from 5:30 – 6:30 p.m. at the UC Riverside Extension Center at 1200 University Avenue, near the intersection of University Avenue and the 60 freeway (map). Lectures are free and open to the public. There is no charge for parking when attending the lectures.
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