Harvard Food Law Society is hosting this special event that I thought would be of interest to the group: Join us for a special evening with Allan Savory of The Savory Institute and Harvard Chemist Mathieu Lalonde, Ph.D. Many of us have heard about some of the recent studies claiming that eating red meat is unhealthy. Dr. Lalonde will debunk these studies and illustrate how pasture-raised herbivores are actually ideal for human consumption. Then, Allan Savory will discuss how managing grazing animals through Holistic Planned Grazing, a strategic planning process that addresses the complexity of Nature, has reversed desertification and is bringing back to life once unusable land, and helping to reverse global warming.
If you're interested in attending, please visit the EventBrite page to sign up. You must sign up to attend: http://eatredmeat.eventbrite.com/
*Bundled dinner/lecture option. For $125 you'll receive a VIP ticket to the lecture and to the Savory Institute's gluten-free gourmet dinner being prepared by the chefs at Upstairs on the Square. Registration for the dinner/lecture combination can be found at www.savoryinstitute.com/EatRedMeat and there is no need to reserve a separate lecture ticket here in that case.*