Sustainable Food Systems

SFS 3263

Sustainable Food Systems

4 credits

The Sustainable Food Systems course examines food systems broadly and aims to provide students an experiential learning opportunity while we explore tropical natural, cultural, and agricultural landscapes. The course provides an overview of agroecology, economic botany, and associated cultural, environmental and sustainability issues, and touches broadly on the historical, social, cultural, economic and political factors that shape food systems.

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Summer Session 2

Farming for the Future – Australia & Bali

4 Weeks
4 Credits
Summer 2024
Jul 8 - Aug 6