On Monday, November 14 from 7-9:30pm at Newton South High School, Newton resident Aaron Niederhleman, principal and co-founder of the Entrepreneur Agrarian Fund, will address the challenge of feeding the earth’s 9 billion people by the year 2050 at Newton Schools Foundation’s sixth annual Newton Inspires: An Evening of Ideas and Community.
Focusing on remediating challenges associated with food, water and climate, Niederhelman works with skilled holistic farmers and global thought leaders to promote regenerative agriculture to a broader audience. Honored as a 2015 Eisenhower Fellow focused on nutrient security, food-system reform and water access, Niederhelman traveled Europe and the Middle East to gain insight from the front-lines of an ever shrinking world that has long been forced to contend with natural resource and water management.
A diverse array of Newton community members will join Niederhelman at Newton Inspires to share their experiences and insights. Newton Inspires is FREE to Newton residents and $15 for non-residents. Space is limited so register early at www.NewtonSchoolsFoundation.org
The Village Bank is the lead sponsor. Newton Inspires is also supported by premium sponsors Chestnut Hill Realty, The Street Chestnut Hill and TripAdvisor.
Refreshments will be available courtesy of the following food sponsors: Anna’s Taqueria, Baker’s Best Catering, Better Life Food, L’Aroma Café & Bakery, Peet’s Coffee & Tea, Rancatore’s Ice Cream and Yogurt, Rosie’s Bakery, Sweet Tomatoes, Trader Joe’s and Whole Foods Market.