Sustainable Food Systems Sourcebook

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 Durham, New Hampshire
The Sustainable Agriculture and Food Systems program offers a flexible curriculum to students seeking to acquire integrated knowledge and experiences related to modern agricultural and food systems and/or preparing for varied careers in these fields.
 Shelburne, Vermont
The Food Systems Research Institute supports companies and institutions across sectors, including private business, public institutions, non-profits, NGOs, and educational entities.
 Wallingford, Connecticut
Sustainable Foods Systems is a unique consulting service that partners with community organizations to incorporate sustainability practices that are healthier for their customers, local economies and the planet.
 Keene, New Hampshire
We’re here to help you empower people to connect with the sources of their food, practice healthy eating, and build communities with a high degree of food security, to strengthen personal, communal, and environmental resiliency and health.
 Amherst, Massachusetts
Our online program has been particularly attractive to the fastest growing farm demographic in New England, farms managed by women.
 Burlington, Vermont
Our program prepares students to address challenging problems of contemporary food systems, such as building climate change resilience, reducing waste across the supply chain and exploring equitable distribution and fair labor practices.
 Boston, Massachusetts
The Carrot Project supports small and midsized farms and farm-related businesses through expanding accessible financing and increasing farm operations’ ability to use it to build successful, ecologically and financially sustainable, businesses.
 Belfast, Maine

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Food Systems
 Newmarket, New Hampshire
 Durham, New Hampshire
 Portland, Maine
Lead the Global-Local Sea Change in Ocean Foods Systems! Our Masters students are working in seafood sustainability, ecological approaches to aquaculture and fisheries, seafood value chains, and sustainable ocean uses.
 Hartland, Vermont
FINE is a six-state network of nonprofit, public and private entities working together to transform our food system by increasing the amount of good, local food served in our region’s schools, hospitals, colleges and other institutions.