Did you know that almost 80 percent of the world’s population includes insects in their diets? More than 1400 species of insects are edible. Insects are a valuable source of critically needed protein and micro-nutrients. What are the pros and cons of promoting insects as a solution for world hunger? Why does the Western attitude toward entomaphagy matter?
Join us for this conference to participate and learn more from global experts.
When: April 23-24, 2010
Where: SIFAT’s international campus. Click here for a map!
More information: Click here to learn more (presenters, course goals, costs, how to register) or email our international training director Kathy Bryson, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Auburn University/UN World Food Programme’s Universities Fighting World Hunger
- Auburn University, College of Agriculture
- Tuskegee University, College of Agricultural, Ecological and Natural Sciences