Sustainable Food Systems Spring 2009 Seminar Series
By Nicholas School of the Environment
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A six-part seminar series examining food systems as a critical underpinning of stable and sustainable societies. The seminars will showcase the theory and practice of sustainable agriculture and food production and supply – key elements for sustainable community development and a rapidly evolving sector of sustainable enterprise. Leaders in the movement for food systems that are secure, efficient, just, and health-promoting will share * The facts about the operations and products of their enterprises * Their motivation for pursuing sustainable models * The barriers they face * Their views on how their industries fit into the local and regional food systems and how they are evolving.
||Sustainable Agriculture and Food Production as Emerging Industries||--||2/18/2009||Free||View in iTunes|