The Salinas Public Library hosts the Virtual “From Farms to Incubators: How Women in AgTech make It Work” Lecture & Discussion featuring Amy Wu & Martha Montoya on Wednesday, June 2nd at 2:00pm.
Maintaining a secure and sustainable food supply for the 21st Century is a huge challenge. “From Farms to Incubators” is an inspirational collection of visual and written portraits of Women Entrepreneurs who are rising to meet this challenge.
Hear from Author and Award-winning Journalist Amy Wu along with Salinas Entrepreneur Martha Montoya, profiled in the book, and learn more about how Women Leaders are revolutionizing Agriculture through High Technology.
DATE: Wednesday, June 2nd
TIME: 2:00pm to 3:00pm
REGISTRATION: Register online at: https://bit.ly/3cVLvtU
DETAILS & FURTHER INFORMATION: For Questions, please contact Jissella at JissellaD@ci.salinas.ca.us
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