Entomophagy and the Raising of Edible Insects

This practical webinar, facilitated by Paul Rogé, will discuss in practical terms the cultural, social, environmental importance of insects for the human diet.

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Called by many "the food of the future," insects have a long history of contributing in important ways to human nutrition in many cultures around the world. In this webinar, we will discuss the cultural importance of eating insects (also known as entomophagy) and the associated social and environmental benefits. We will teach practical skills of how to raise the easiest of all insects, the mealworm beetle (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mealworm), on a small scale right at home. We'll end with a cooking demo on mealworms.

This webinar is taught by Paul Rogé. Please write to Paul with any questions you may have.

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When
April 7th, 2019 12:00 PM   through   2:00 PM
Enrollment
Sliding scale fee
Household income $100,000 and up $ 45.00
Household income $60,000-$99,999 $ 37.00
Household income $30,000-$59,999 $ 30.00
Household income $15,000-$29,999 $ 20.00
Household income $0-$14,999 $ 15.00
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