Chef José Andrés, renowned restaurateur, author, and Chief Culinary Adviser for the National Archives “What’s Cooking, Uncle Sam?” exhibit, is slated to speak next Monday, November 21, at 7 p.m. at D.C.’s William G. McGowan Theater. Chef Andrés will join a discussion panel moderated by NPR’s Linda Wertheimer for the America Eats Series: a discussion on Sustainable Agriculture.
From the National Archives website:
“What are the ecological, economic, and social issues surrounding the practice of sustainable agriculture, and the implications of changing production practices to preserve natural resources? A distinguished panel discusses farming systems that are capable of maintaining their productivity and usefulness to society.”
Other scheduled panelists include Kathleen Merrigan, Deputy Secretary, USDA; Ann Harvey Yonkers, Co-Director, FRESHFARM Markets; James C. Hanson, Professor of Agriculture and Extension Economist, University of Maryland, and Bob Young, Chief Economist, American Farm Bureau Federation.
The doors will open on this 7 p.m. event at 6:30 p.m. with seating available on a first come-first served basis. Early arrival is encouraged.