Urban Roots Symposium: African Influences on American Crops & Cuisine

The UNC Charlotte Botanical Gardens’ 5th Annual Urban Roots Symposium will explore the influence of African cultures and crops on Carolina cropland. This full-day event on Saturday, October 30 features four speakers and begins with a roundtable discussion.
This event will be held fully online via Zoom.
Registration is now open! Register here: https://gardens.charlotte.edu/2021-symposium-making-an-edible-south/
Cost:
Fully virtual registration (prior to 10/29/21): $45/Non-members, $40/Members (Includes virtual admission to live event with access to full lecture recordings post-symposium) .
Urban Roots: Making an Edible South is presented by The Dubois Center at Center City, in partnership with the UNC Charlotte Botanical Gardens, the Urban Institute, and the College of Liberal Arts & Sciences, and made possible by a grant from the NC Humanities Council.

Dial-In Information

Register online and a link to the virtual Symposium will be sent over. 

Saturday, October 30 at 9:30am

Virtual Event
Event Type

Conferences & Workshops

Audience

All

Topic

Gardening

Tags

gardening, food, culture, Africa, cuisine

Website

https://gardens.charlotte.edu/2021-sy...

Cost

$40/members, $45/non-members

Department
Botanical Gardens, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences
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