Talk: The Ecology of Crop Plants – Fellowship of Humanity    

Talk: The Ecology of Crop Plants

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Sunday Meeting

Sunday, July 4 at 11:00 am

The Ecology of Crop Plants

Presented by Sterling Bunnell



Sterling’s talk this morning will cover the history and character of domestic plants. Where and when did people start planting the food crops we know today? How did they evolve over time and under what kind of human pressures? What are domestic plants doing today in the world of agribusiness or organic farms? What is their ecology today?


All of Sterling’s talks manifest his brilliant command of both theoretical explanations and historical examples: both theory and fact. Sterling is a rare generalist, a philosopher, freely sharing his thoughts in our world of specialists. Hear Sterling talk, participate in the group discussion, and get the education you might have missed in the course of your life!












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