Joan Gussow is a highly acclaimed nutrition educator who has demonstrated that year-round eating from 1,000 square feet in a suburban riverfront village is possible, life-sustaining, and delicious. She is the author of This Organic Life, The Feeding Web, and Growing, Older and is Mary Swartz Rose Professor Emerita and former chair of the Columbia University Teachers College Nutrition Department. She lives on the Hudson River in Piermont, New York.
Michael Pollan, Joan Gussow & Dan Barber at 92nd St. Y, 1/08
Joan Dye's Upcoming Events
Joan Gussow at Columbia University
525 W 120th St. , New York NY 10027
November 17, 2014, 6:00 pm
On Monday, November 17th at 6pm, join the Laurie M. Tisch Center for Food, Education & Policy, at Columbia University's Teachers College for the world premiere of Cultivation, a documentary film by Gioacchino Taliercio featuring the ground-breaking work of Joan Dye Gussow, EdD, Mary Swartz Rose Professor Emeritus of Nutrition and Education.
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Michael Pollan calls her one of his food heroes. Barbara Kingsolver credits her with shaping the history and politics of food in the United States. And countless others who have vied for a food revolution, pushed organics, and reawakened Americans to growing their own food and eating locally consider her both teacher and muse.
Barbara Kingsolver calls This Organic Life "the most important book I've read in a long while." The memoir of one woman's quest to change the world by growing and eating her own food. Full of recipes, personal stories, and well-reasoned arguments for returning our diets to locally available, seasonal produce.