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Diana Rodgers, RD, is a “real food” nutritionist living on a working organic farm near Boston, Massachusetts. She’s an author, runs a clinical nutrition practice, and her work been featured in The Los Angeles Times, The Boston Globe, and Outside Magazine. Diana writes and speaks internationally about the intersection of optimal human nutrition and environmental sustainability and is the producer of The Sustainable Dish Podcast. Her new film and book project, Sacred Cow, examines the environmental, nutritional and ethical case for “better meat’.
Keynote – Food is Medicine
Food is medicine, but much of what is produced in commercial agriculture comes with the burden of sometimes poisonous inputs, reduced nutritional value, and many other health risks. Connecting how we treat our working lands, how produce our food, the food choices we make, and human health can be a complex puzzle to understand. Join us for a conversation about the connections between agriculture, conservation, soil health, and human health. Panelists are Michael Graziano, Diane Rogers, and Allison Sosna. This powerhouse panel of experts will discuss their work in nutrition, public health, advocacy, and more.