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How can our food choices make a positive impact on the world around us?
�Cleveland Metroparks �Inviting the Planet to Dinner� series was developed to educate and increase the awareness of how tremendously powerful our food choices really are! These choices affect the environment, the rest of the world, as well as our own bodies,� said Bethany Majeski, naturalist at Rocky River Nature Center.
Cleveland Metroparks invites everyone to embark on this journey with a yearlong series of programs at Rocky River Nature Center in Rocky River Reservation:
Upcoming programs in the �Inviting the Planet to Dinner� series include:
The Buzz on Honey
Thursday, May 9 � 7 - 9 p.m.
Naturalist and beekeeper Kathy Schmidt shares a fascinating and delicious trip into the world of honeybees.
The Art of Sausage
Thursday, August 15 � 7 - 9 p.m.
Local butcher Mike Dunlap shares how he sources local meats for his Fresh Deli & Caf�, and will give a demonstration of his artisanal sausag-making techniques.
Goodness of Garlic
Thursday, September 12 � 7 - 9 p.m.
Robust, healthful, strengthening - who doesn't love garlic? Meet organic garlic growers Fred & Chris Thaxton and learn about how farming can help enrich the land through thoughtful practice.
Goats Are Tasty
Thursday, October 10 � 7 - 9 p.m.
A staple meat all over the world, North Americans are just now catching on to the fact that goat tastes GOOD! Kraner Farms demonstrates how satisfying carnivorous cravings needs not equate to unsustainable, factory farmed beef.
Registration is required and space is limited for all the �Inviting the Planet to Dinner� presentations. All tastings are prepared by local eco-chef Rae Endreola.
For more information and to register, visit clevelandmetroparks.com or call 440-734-6660.
Rocky River Nature Center is located at 24000 Valley Parkway in Rocky River Reservation, north of Cedar Point Road in North Olmsted.
Learn how you can eat well with less impact on the Earth with the �Inviting the Planet to Dinner� series in Cleveland Metroparks - Discover, Enjoy, Protect.