Georgia Gwinnett College, along with the GGC Environmental Club, Student Alumni Association and Golden Key National Honor Society will host a lecture by Wes Jackson, a leader in the international movement for sustainable agriculture, on Monday, April 24 at 7 p.m. in CISCO Auditorium. The event is free open to the public.
The lecture will feature Jackson's research and work in sustainable agriculture, energy consumption in a global economy, as well as environmental ethics and education.
Wes Jackson is a MacArthur fellow and award recipient. Founder of the internationally recognized Land Institute, Wes has been referred to as one of the "35 people who make a difference" by the Smithsonian Institute for his work in sustainable agriculture and environmental science.