Joy W'Njuguna, founder and chief operations officer of Royal Tea of Kenya LLC, will present a lecture titled "Lessons from the World's Oldest Tea Farmer: Small-Scale Farming and Kenya's Environmental Renaissance" at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 26, in the North Underground Lecture Hall at The University of Montana. The event is free and open to the public.
W'Njuguna will relate lessons she's learned about business and tea farming from her family. Her own experience spans four continents and her education in international affairs and politics has helped her understand the socio-political climate in Kenya and the U.S.
The lecture is sponsored by the UM Environmental Studies Program, the Global Leadership Initiative, International Programs and the Lake Missoula Tea Company.