Science & Lived Experience: Food, Land, and Water - A Storytelling Workshop

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Science & Lived Experience: Food, Land, and Water - A Storytelling Workshop

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You are invited to a storytelling workshop on Science & Lived Experience: Food, Land, and Water on Tuesday, November 17th from 6-7:45pm. This will be an opportunity for you to hear stories from a panel of speakers and craft and share your own story about how science intersects with your experience regarding food, land, and water.

You will receive a link to the Zoom meeting once you register for this event.

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Dylan Bizhikiins Jennings, Director of Public Information for the Great Lakes Indian Fish & Wildlife Commission and an elected member of the Bad River Band of Lake Superior Ojibwe Tribal Council; UW-Madison alum and current graduate student in the Nelson Institute’s Environmental Conservation Professional Master’s program.

Randy Jackson, grassland ecologist and Professor, University of Wisconsin-Madison Department of Agronomy

Sarah Dance, wild rice researcher, University of Wisconsin-Madison. Dance is a graduate student in the Environmental Biogeochemistry group in the Environmental Chemistry and Technology Program.

Sarah Lloyd, dairy farmer and supply chain specialist, Center for Integrated Agricultural Systems, University of Wisconsin-Madison.

Moderated by Tim DeChant, science writer and lecturer at MIT

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