November 23, 2020: Edible Insects: An Introduction to Entomophagy Zoom presentation from Natural History Society of Maryland

Date: November 23, 2020

Time: 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

 

This Thanksgiving, why not spice up the traditional menu with some insects. Entomophagy is the consumption of insects as a human food source.

Are you ready to have crickets on your salad or mealworms in your burger? This could be the future of the human diet as insects play an increasing role in providing human protein. Join us as we explore Entomophagy. Find out what insects are eaten, their nutritional value and their role in agriculture. View some live insects used as food and learn how you can prepare them in a live cooking demo. Elizabeth Hill, Principal Agent Associate with the University of Maryland Extension, is a 4-H educator that teaches entomology to youth and adult audiences.

The suggested donation for this event is $5. NHSM understands that the pandemic has adversely impacted many. It shouldn’t impact access to education. Therefore, a free option is also available.

To register for this event please follow this link, https://www.marylandnature.org/get-involved/events/event/edible-insects-an-introduction-to-entomophagy/

Zoom meeting info is included in the email you get once you are registered.

Please direct any questions regarding this program to bstrong@marylandnature.org

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