As part of National Food Day on October 24th and our ongoing efforts to bring the Real Food Challenge to our campus, the Fort Lewis College Environmental Center and Sodexo have partnered to provide San Juan Dining customers with a specially created lunch menu highlighting an array of ‘Real’ foods. Menu items include foods that have been sourced locally, are produced using ecologically-sound methods such as organics or permaculture, food that is fair to the workforce producing it, as well as, food that is sourced from humanely-treated animals. In addition to having a delicious, nutritious and ethically-sound meal, participants will also have the opportunity to meet with the local farmers and vendors who source this food.
To participate in our Real Food Meal, please join us at San Juan Dining Hall in the Student Union on Thursday, October 24th from 11:00-3:00p.m. Campus dining facilities are open to all with special a la carte pricing.
For more information, contact Real Food Meal Coordinator’s Rachel Giersch (Giersch_r@fortlewis.edu) and Patricia Yazzie (email@example.com) or contact the Fort Lewis College Environmental Center at 970-247-7091.
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