Author Rachel Surls leads the second fireside chat exploring the history of agriculture and industry in LA, after settlers and immigrants arrived in the neighborhoods surrounding LA State Historic Park—Solano Canyon, Elysian Park, and Chinatown. She shares how industrial development has impacted the way Angelenos eat and the way we think about farming in the city. Capacity is limited to 30; RSVP preferred, space given on a first-come, first-served basis.
Cows to Concrete, Rail Yard to Cornfield with Rachel Surls
presented by Los Angeles Food Policy Council
- Wednesday, 10/16, 5pm - 7pm