Ever wonder about how the food on your dinner table got there? Sure, you went to the store and bought it—but there's
a whole system for that one item to pass through before it reaches your mouth, from being picked at a farm to being distributed
to consumers. Michael Pollan has been writing about the ways the human world interacts with and sometimes conflicts with
the natural world, and he's bringing his knowledge to you through a series of enlightening lectures.
Since 1987, Michael Pollan has contributed to the New York Times Magazine, earning numerous awards for his writing and
becoming a widely published author and journalist. He is probably best known for the book The Omnivore's Dilemma: A Natural
History of Four Meals, named one of the ten best books of 2006 by the New York Times and Washington Post.
Michael Pollan tickets will allow you to hear this esteemed journalist bring his
research to you in an intriguing series of lectures. Learn about the history of food and how it's changed over the years.
How healthy are our diets? And how different is the way we eat today from the way our grandparents ate? Come find the answers
with Michael Pollan by getting some speaking tour tickets.