Viterbo University wants people to take the idea of "buy local" and apply it to studying the natural world around them. Learn how to do it on Friday, October 14 at the Traditional Ecological Knowledge Conference.
The conference seeks to reconnect people with the world around them through a variety of speakers and sessions. The keynote speaker at 7:30 p.m. Friday is internationally known activist Winona LaDuke working on sustainability when it comes to food systems, development and energy.
Admission to the conference is free. Attendees are asked to register ahead of time on the TEK Conference website.