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The first and only conference dedicated to building the Internet of Food.
This year’s themes:
Collecting global generational food wisdom at scale.
Sustainability: Innovation: Discovery
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Friday, March 22 • 7:35pm - 8:25pm
Food Traditions, Generational Wisdom and Contemporary times

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What happens when you bring together a radio host, immigrant chefs, a dietician, a museum curator, and an ethnobotanist to talk about preserving food traditions in the changing world?
We don't know yet--but we're pretty sure it won't be anything less than magic.

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Sasha Khokha

Host, The California Report Magazine, KQED Public Radio
Sasha Khokha is the host of  The California Report Magazine, KQED’s weekly statewide storytelling show,  Sasha takes listeners on sound-rich radio excursions to meet the people and visit the places that make the Golden State unique, from cattle ranching moms to  homeless college... Read More →

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John de la Parra

Research Scientist, MIT Media Lab and Harvard University
Dr. John de la Parra is an ethnobotanist and plant chemist. He holds appointments as an Associate at Harvard University, within the Harvard University Herbaria, and as a Research Scientist at MIT, working as the Research Lead for the MIT Media Lab's Open Agriculture Initiative. He... Read More →
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Heena Patel

Chef and Founder, Besharam
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Julie Meyer

Eat Well Global
Julie Meyer, RDN, is the Founding Partner of Eat Well Global, a communications and consulting firm whose mission is to empower global change agents in food and nutrition. With more than two decades in nutrition and health communications, and having worked and run a business in China... Read More →
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Catherine Piccoli

Curator, Museum of Food and Drink (MOFAD)
Catherine brings a multidisciplinary approach to the team. As a food historian and writer, her work focuses on the intersection of food, culture, memory, and place. At MOFAD, she leads the educational department, overseeing exhibitions, public programming, and school visits. As curator... Read More →

Friday March 22, 2019 7:35pm - 8:25pm PDT
California Academy of Sciences
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