social events

Weekly Sustainable Lunch

Natalie and Daniel introducing the meal they’ve created. Beets are a recurring favorite Every Thursday, the Zilkha Center interns gather together in the Environmental Center’s kitchen to share a lunch. The interns rotate cooking duties, and every meal is crafted with sustainable ingredients sourced from our… Continue reading »

Fresh Fest 2017 @ Images Cinema

Fresh Fest, a farm and food film festival, is at Images from Friday, March 3 through Sunday, March 5 Admission is free! (Though there is limited seating, and it’s first come, first serve.) Schedule of events Friday, March 3 at 7pm: Forgotten Farms, with filmmakers David Simonds… Continue reading »

Holiday Farmers Market

Berkshire Grown will host the Holiday Farmers’ Market from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. on Sunday, December 18 at Williams College Towne Field House (82 Latham Street in Williamstown). This popular event features locally grown and produced foods and gifts, plus live music, lunch fare, and activities for children. Admission is free. Continue reading »

“Climate Change Mixer”

from “A People’s Curriculum for the Earth” “Through Role play, the Climate Change Mixer introduces students to 17 individuals around the world – each of whom is affected differently by climate change.  For some, climate change, threatens to force them to leave their land.  For others, it is a business… Continue reading »

Real Food at Reunion!

Be sure to swing by Chapin Lawn in front of Paresky at noon on Saturday to enjoy the All Campus Reunion Lunch. While there, nosh away on all sorts of local and sustainable dishes, including:   Nitty Gritty (Kaiser Rolls & Cookies) Hosta Hill Crimson Kraut… Continue reading »

Berkshire Grown Holiday Farmers’ Markets 2012

Berkshire Grown and the Sustainable Food & Agriculture Program present two Holiday Farmers’ Markets on November 18th and December 16th In November, we welcomed these vendors to campus. Come to the December market for your holiday food and gifts! Corner Field Farm, Asia… Continue reading »

Food Week

Williams College celebrated Food Week with exciting events from October 19th–27th, 2012.   Williams College Food Week Mark Thompson, Campus Executive Chef October 19-27, 2012 Participate in Food Week events! Dining Services is offering an all-campus dinner that will showcase local, organic, and humanely-raised food in… Continue reading »

Where the Wild Things Are (Were)

[wms_slideshow size=”medium” sort=”gallery” speed=”2.5″ style=”border:3px solid #999;” post_id=”2377″ ]Where the Wild Things Are Foraging Walks in Williamstown April 28 & 29, May 5 & 6, 2012 The Sustainable Food & Agriculture Program was the primary sponsor of this series of foraging walks highlighting sustainable foraging techniques. Participants discovered… Continue reading »

Farm Film Fest, April 19-22

In observance of Earth Week, and in the spirit of positive films about food and farming, the Sustainable Food & Agriculture Program is the lead sponsor of Farm Film Fest at Images Cinema from Thursday, April 19 – Sunday, April 22. Free Admission! Farm Film Fest is co-sponsored by the… Continue reading »

Farm Film Fest, April 19-22, 2012

Recap: Farm Film Fest Stay tuned for Farm Film Fest 2013! April 19-22, 2012 Images Cinema In observance of Earth Week, and in the spirit of positive films about food and farming, the Sustainable Food & Agriculture Program was the lead sponsor of Farm Film Fest at Images Cinema… Continue reading »

Gender and Food Panel Event

Williams College Sustainable Food and Agriculture Program &  Williams College Women’s and Gender Studies Program   present: Gender and Food; Production & Consumption A Panel Discussion Thursday, January 13, 2011 at 7 pm Griffin Hall 3 | 844 Main Street | Williamstown   Featuring: Karen Washington,… Continue reading »

Farm Film Festival 2010

Five days of film, food, and discussion. Eating locally continues to be a growing and necessary movement in the United States. Who produces it, how it reaches us, and how it affects our health, our environment, and our local and global communities are questions that are more important than… Continue reading »