Building a Healthy Economy from the Bottom Up: Harnessing Real World Experience for Transformative Change

Monday, September 20, 2021 - 7:00pm

DeBartolo Hall, Room 101

Join the Center for Social Concerns and Appalachia seminar for a lecture featuring community leader Anthony Flaccavento. Flaccavento is a farmer and rural development consultant from Abingdon, Virginia in the heart of the Appalachian Coalfields.  The Founder of Appalachian Sustainable Development, Flaccavento has focused most of his work over the past four decades on building healthier food systems and more diverse, locally rooted economies in Appalachia and around the world.  His consulting firm, SCALE, Inc, works with communities across the nation to evaluate, plan and build healthier farm and food systems and local economies.

Flaccavento is the author of Building a Healthy Economy from the Bottom Up:  Harnessing Real World Experience for Transformative Change (University Press of Kentucky, 2016).  He writes and speaks regularly on rural development, bottom up economics, overcoming the rural-urban divide and a range of political and cultural issues.  He has taught courses on these topics at Future Generations University, Emory & Henry College and community colleges.

Registration is not required. All are welcome.

This event is cosponsored by Notre Dame Energy.

 

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