Thursday, 5 October 2006, 4- 5:30pm
Seminar Room, Centre for Innovation, 87 St. David St.
OPEN AND FREE TO ALL INTERESTED PARTIES
Any form of agriculture is probably a dead end street. There doesn't look to be any way out of the mess we've created. Some ideas, evidence and anecdotes will be presented.
Kent Palmer has worked as a fisheries biologist, commercial hunter and fisher, skier and many other odd jobs and has recently moved to a small 'farm' in South Canterbury. He was raised in the Michigan northwoods and kept migrating west. His PhD in environmental ethics was reluctantly granted from the University of Otago. After almost 20 years of 'globalization', he just smiles a lot.