Food, Farms, Future: Vermont

Food, Farms, Future: Vermont
What does it mean to regionalize New England’s food system, and what is Vermont’s role in doing so? In this course, taught by two recent alumnae working in Vermont food systems and conservation, we will critically examine histories of Vermont’s food system, discuss recent reports about the future of agriculture, explore policies and programs currently supporting Vermont's food system, and meet with farmers and food system practitioners. As a final project, students will propose a policy or program that would facilitate the land use and food future they believe in for Vermont. This course counts as a social science cognate for environmental studies majors.
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ENVS 1044

All Sections in Winter 2020

Winter 2020

ENVS1044A-W20 Lecture (Bartlett, Michels)