01:30 PM to 04:10 PM MW
Robinson Hall A245
Section Information for Fall 2015
Examines the evolution of American food systems with particular emphasis on the National Capital Region’s foodshed. Students will place conventional agriculture and food systems in historical context as well as research alternative systems that emphasize sustainability. Beyond farm to table, Sustainable Food Systems asks students to contemplate how capitalism, industrialization, and environmental ethics shape our land, our culture, and our society.
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