Join farmer, agrarian philosopher, author, and sustainable food advocate Fred Kirschenmann for a lecture and discussion about the future of sustainable agriculture on Monday, April 25, beginning at 4 pm at Harvard University, Sever Hall 113. Kirschenmannâ€™s experience as an organic farmer along with his education in philosophy combine to make him a leader in sustainable agriculture. He oversees his familyâ€™s 3,500-acre, certified-organic farm in North Dakota and is also a professor in the Department of Religion and Philosophy at Iowa State University. Kirschenmann holds a doctorate in philosophy from the University of Chicago and has written extensively about ethics and agriculture. Free and open to the public. Co-sponsored with Center for Health and the Global Environment.Â For directions, log on to www.harvard.edu.