knead 2 know

knead 2 know provides a weekly opportunity for a Yale student or friend of the farm to present a question in food systems that they’ve been working on, either academically or professionally.

Students usually present a slideshow and a ten-minute dive into their question, followed by conversation, pizza, and music. Students have presented on everything from the economics of large-scale wheat farming to the sexual politics of the food movement to the chemistry a maltster might encounter. knead 2 know creates the space for students to showcase their professional experiences and academic encounters in a way that emphasizes informal feedback, collaborative work-shopping, and scholarly company.

knead 2 know happens each Friday at 4:30 pm, at the end of our volunteer workday. Check the newsletter for when the next knead 2 know will take place.