Come join us to learn about plant based foods on November 14 from 5:30-8:30pm at St. Pauls United Methodist Church in downtown State College! It will be a fun opportunity to sample a variety of plant-based foods and learn about the benefits of eating a diet consisting of more plant-based foods.

Plant-rich diets are a top-five solution for reducing carbon emissions, according to Project Drawdown. The Drawdown mission is to clarify a positive, solutions-oriented path ahead for action on climate change. “Plant Powered PSU” is an event intended to offer positive opportunities to learn more about the environmental benefits of plant-based diets, as well as about the potential health impacts, and about the delicious plant-based foods available both to cook at home and to experience at many of our local restaurants.

This will be the second year that the Student Farm at Penn State is collaborating with Kathleen Raupach’s Recreation, Parks and Tourism Management class to hold “Plant Powered PSU”, with last year’s event being the first time the two partnered up.