A Forterra speaker series

Our speaker series takes big issues impacting the whole planet as well as regional issues we can’t ignore and dissects them through the lens of our shared love for this place. Featuring acclaimed thinkers who shine a spotlight on the many different perspectives and issues related to sustainability, Seed & Feed emphasizes the connection between people and place, built and natural, communities and lands, and working and wild places. Join us for inspiration, new perspectives and tasty bites, all in the name of keeping this place special for future generations. Kicked off by renowned international climate change activist and leader, Bill McKibben of 350.org, Seed & Feed promises to keep the wheels turning.

Upcoming Seed & Feed programs:

Past Seed & Feed programs:

  • Spring 2014: Bill McKibben, climate change activist and leader, 350.org founder (read about it in the Seattle PI)
  • Winter 2015: Dean Lisa Graumlich, University of Washington Dean of the College of the Environment
  • Spring 2015: Urban neighborhood revitalization – Pioneer Square as a model of success
  • Fall 2015: Indigenous Land Rights: A Conversation with Northwest Tribal Leaders at the wǝɫǝbʔaltxʷ – Intellectual House
  • Spring 2016: A conversation about growing food in a growing region
  • Spring 2016: 5 Things We Learned about Affordable Housing
  • Spring 2016: 5 Things We Took Away from “Working Forest, Changing Climate, New Investments?”
  • Winter 2017: Top 7 Takeaways from “Puget Sound Millennials: More Green, More Gay, More Concerned about Social Equity”
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