Taste of life: Science outreach made delicious
Plants People Planet
The Taste of Life is a series of science outreach events that use food in creative ways to combat the growing epidemic of biodiversity blindness, particularly the special case of plant blindness. Through interdisciplinary collaboration and community partnerships, we have reached hundreds of campus and community members throughout southeast Michigan, USA. Participants gain a new appreciation for biodiversity in the meals they eat and leave events with resources to consider how they may interact with and preserve biodiversity in the future. We believe that sharing our experience will empower biodiversity professionals to contribute to the urgent need for impactful science outreach.
Link to Published Version
Moscoe, L. J., & Hanes, M. M. (2019). Taste of life: Science outreach made delicious. Plants, People, Planet, 1(3), 183–187. https://doi.org/10.1002/ppp3.42