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The Greenhouse Project is pleased to announce an innovative lecture, Food. Health. Planet. The Connection! The program will be held at the University of Scranton, Brennan Hall, Pearn Auditorium, 2nd floor on Thursday, April 4th at 6 p.m. It will feature J Morris Hicks, who will educate us on the connection between our food choices and the health of our people and our planet. RSVP by email to empoweredeatingplants@gmail.com or on our Facebook event. The event is sponsored by The Greenhouse Project, The Environmental Studies Concentration at The University of Scranton, and The Hilton Scranton.

Topics:
•The connection between our food choices and the health of our planet
•Issues affecting the sustainability of our planet and the health of our population
•Actions we can ALL take to make a difference!

J. Morris Hicks, is a writer, speaker, health promotion consultant and board member for the T. Colin Campbell Center for Nutrition Studies. He is the author of “Healthy Eating, Healthy World,” and co-author of “4Leaf Guide to Vibrant Health”, and his focus has been on sustainability with the effort to promote health, hope, and harmony on planet earth. He holds a BS in Industrial Engineering from Auburn University and an MBA from the University of Hawaii, a degree he earned while serving as a U.S. Coast Guard officer in Honolulu. He also holds a certificate in Plant-Based Nutrition from eCornell and the T. Colin Campbell Center for Nutrition Studies.

Mr. Hicks will be bringing copies of the 4Leaf Guide and Healthy Eating, Healthy World and will plan to sell both books for $10 each.

Healthy snacks will be served, and suggested donation is $5.00. Free parking will be provided in the Pavilion at The University of Scranton. From I-81 Exit 185 (Central Scranton Expressway) to the Parking Pavilion (GPS Address: 820 Mulberry Street, Scranton, PA 18510):Follow signs to campus (on right).Before the first traffic signal, turn sharply right onto Madison Avenue. Proceed 2 blocks and turn right at the light onto Mulberry Street. After 1 block, turn right into the main entrance (level 2) of the Parking Pavilion.

J Morris Hicks, writer, speaker, and big picture guy
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