Saturday, October 24th — 6 to 7 pm
Adam Kessel believes that most people relate to the environment through food and, as a teacher, believes using humor is an effective way to help us all learn about the food that sustains us, plants, and the natural world. Ih nis book, Zombie Gardener, we'll all gain a better undestanding of our neighborhood and all the botanical secrets that it holds, which are vital to our survival.
Kessel has extensive experience as a teach in urban ecology education programs in Chicago. He currently works as a professional Naturalist. This work puts him in any part of over 70,000 acres of Forest Preserve lands teaching restoration-based environmental education programming.