Mangos and Mango Trees featured at Kampong event
At 6:45, tour the mango orchard with Larry Schokman and at 7:30 at the Mango Cafe: Talks and Discussions Lightening Rounds
Michael Maunder, Director, The Kampong
Jessica Rosenberg, University of Miami, Department of English
Roger Horne, Urban Greenworks
Emily Warschefsky, Florida International University, Department of Biology
Parking is available through the driveway just north of the main Kampong entrance.
For more information about the Ecohumanities for Cities in Crisis series, see ecohumanities.fiu.edu and read an Op-Ed in the Herald about the project.
From the op-ed piece: "The series, funded by a grant to FIU from the National Endowment for the Humanities, aims to add questions about values, imagination and culture to our deliberations about the future. For those of us who can’t design water pumps or predict the rate of sea rise, the forum will provide an opportunity to learn and think about the past, present and future of Miami’s natural world."
The event is free, but please rsvp here.
The Kampong is located at 4013 Douglas Road.
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