Tim Rumage, Environmental Studies, Ringling College of Art and Design
||Sovereignty or Sustainability: going alone or working together.
NOTE TIME CHANGE: 11:00 AM - Registration; 11:30 AM - PROGRAM START; 12:00 PM - Meal
Tim Rumage is a planetary ethicist and naturalist. Taking an interdisciplinary and systems thinking approach to education, he has been teaching at the intersection of Science, Ecology, Art, Design and Architecture for more than 30 years. Tim is the Coordinator/Developer of Environmental Studies at Ringling College of Art and Design where he teaches courses on environmental science, sustainability, creating ecological cities, applied environmental design, food, water, biodiversity and environmental ethics. He is also a Coordinator for Sustainability in Design Education for CUMULUS and a frequent lecturer at other colleges and for community organizations. As a trained field biologist, Tim has been involved in a variety of interdisciplinary projects in the US and Africa involving habitat restoration and protection, green infrastructure, local food production and sustainability.
SCAS Members - $28
Non-Members & Guests - $35
A - Chicken Kiev over White Rice with Peas and Baby Carrots
B - Beef Stroganoff over Wide Egg Noodles with Steamed Broccoli
C- Wild Mushroom Ragu Vol Au Vent with Asparagus and broiled Roma Tomato
Dessert: Strawberries Romanoff
All meals include Bread Rolls and these beverages: Water, Iced Tea, Sodas and Hot Tea and Coffee.
Wine, Beer and Cocktails can be purchased at the Registration table.
Bird Key Yacht Club
301 Bird Key Drive
You can pay online
Please mail Luncheon Checks payable to SCAS (Sister Cities Association of Sarasota) to our Events Director at:
2961 Wilderness Blvd., E.
Parrish, FL 34219