On January 9 -11 in San Joaquin Valley, Pamela Conrad, Senior Associate from CMG Landscape Architecture joins the Van Alen Climate Council to explore the question: “How can designers apply their expertise to creating a food system that can carry us into the future?”
The Van Alen Climate Council is a platform for interdisciplinary exchange between architects, engineers, planners, researchers, philanthropic partners alike. Their missions is to promote healthy and sustainable communities through Van Alen’s public programming, research and design competitions.
Participants of this event will examine the three major components of food production (water, labor, land) and how they are affected by climate change, as well as considering how to improve them through design.
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