A Citizens Guide to Environmental Advocacy in Delaware, the first project of the Austin Moyer Chin Citizens Advocacy Program, is the basis for a workshop with Professor Ken Kristl at the SRAP LIVE! virtual summit hosted by the Socially Responsible Agriculture Project.
SRAP Live! will be held in short segments over six days beginning on December 2nd. The summit includes expert panels addressing issues of environmental justice, industrial agricultural production, community engagement and regenerative agriculture.
Professor Kristl’s workshop, A Citizen’s Guide to Environmental Advocacy, will stream on the afternoon of Saturday, December 5th. He will highlight the contents of A Citizens Guide to Environmental Advocacy in Delaware.
Register today for SRAP Live!