Working our Way toward a Better World, One Bite at a Time

Nothing is more central and visceral to the human experience than eating. Recent decades have seen a sea change in awareness about the crucial importance of what we eat, how and where our food is grown, and by whom. Making radical changes to our entire system of agriculture and to societal attitudes toward plants, animals and the entirety of the natural world will give us the chance of emerging from our current crises and ushering in the birth of a life-affirming civilization. In this session, two extraordinary food revolutionaries tackle these and other related issues. With: Alice Waters, legendary, highly influential chef who has been a leader in radically improving American cuisine’s social and ecological impacts, as well of course as its gustatory and nutritional qualities; Bryant Terry, award-winning chef, educator and author renowned for his activism to create a healthy, just, and sustainable food system, Chef-in-Residence at the Museum of the African Diaspora (MoAD) in San Francisco.

Freight & Salvage

April 7th | 4:45 pm to 6:00 pm


Bryant Terry
Chef, Educator & Author
Alice Waters
Chef, Restaurateur and Author
Chez Panisse
Bioneers 2023 Conference
Bioneers 2023 Conference - Revolution from the Heart of Nature
Bioneers 2023 Conference - Revolution from the Heart of Nature