Sustainable Food Systems Sourcebook

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 Bar Harbor, Maine
Understanding food and its production requires insights from history, anthropology, economics, politics, ecology, botany, chemistry, and so on. Accordingly, we have a diverse and interdisciplinary set of classes in farming and food systems.
 Brunswick, Maine
CEI’s Sustainable Agriculture and Food Systems Program supports an economically just and sustainable food system that creates quality jobs for a diverse workforce and builds wealth and resilience in rural communities.
 Virginia Beach, Virginia
Here you’ll learn everything about the U.S.’s premier conference that addresses the needs, challenges and successes of small farmers from Alaska to Alabama, from Maine to Maui, and even from countries far beyond our shores.

4. University of Southern Maine: Food Studies Program

Food Security,Food Studies,Food Systems,Community Nutrition,Sustainable Agriculture
 Portland, Maine
The Food Studies Graduate Certificate offers a unique opportunity to provide students with an interdisciplinary understanding of social, economic, political and environmental factors associated with global, national, regional and local food systems.