Find out what chemicals are in our food on Wednesday, October 16
DR. STEPHANIE SENEFF
“GLYPHOSATE: THE ELEPHANT IN THE ROOM”
According to researchers at MIT, the herbicide glyphosate “may be the most biologically disruptive chemical in our environment.” Yet, this chemical is routinely used on the foods we eat, most notably corn and soy. Come hear Dr. Seneff of MIT speak on this compelling subject.
Wellesley High Katherine L. Babson, Jr. Auditorium
Sponsored by the League of Women Voters of Wellesley
Join us on
Thursday, September 12th
from 2-6 at the
Wellesley Farmers’ Market – in the Whole Foods parking lot
**3.30-4.30 Vegetable Circus
Our favorite Lands’ Sake Farm’s chickens will be there plus honey tasting, Fruit & veggie street graffiti, farmer magic, and more!
Local farmers will have interactive games, stories, tips and other surprises to share with students of all ages. Learn more about Where your food comes from and Taste the freshness of the season.
Wellesley Farmers’ Market hopes to increase awareness and understanding of our local habitat and where our food comes from every Thursday through Oct., from 2-6 pm.
This event is part of the Mass Farm to School program. The Farmers’ Market is a program of the Massachusetts Horticultural Society.