Sustainable Food Systems Sourcebook

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 Portland, Oregon
The M.S. in Food Systems and Society at OHSU combines in-person and online learning about food systems and social change. Our cohort-based structure combines online courses with short on-campus courses in Portland, Oregon.
 Duluth, Minnesota
The Sustainable Food Systems certificate provides a broad and integrative base of knowledge for those interested in a local food system model, as well as the complex history, policies, business, strengths, and challenges in the U.S. food industry.
 Burlington, Vermont
UVM is a global leader in food systems education, research, and collaboration. We are the first and only university in the country to offer undergraduate, master’s, and doctoral degrees in Food Systems.
 New York, New York
Routledge is a global publisher of academic books, journals and online resources in the humanities and social sciences. Founded in 1836, we have published many of greatest thinkers and scholars of the last hundred years, including Adorno, Einstein.
 Hoboken, New Jersey
Wiley is a global provider of content-enabled solutions to improve outcomes in research, education and professional practice with online tools, journals, books, databases, reference works and laboratory protocols.
 Rosemount, Minnesota
The certificate in Sustainable Food Systems offers a practical, hands-on learning experience in the rapidly growing field of small-scale local/urban agriculture.
 Quincy, Illinois
In support of this rapidly growing industry JWCC offers many for-credit courses in the College's Sustainable Local Foods Farming Certificate, a financial aid and WIA eligible 30 credit hour program.
 Amherst, Massachusetts
Our online program has been particularly attractive to the fastest growing farm demographic in New England, farms managed by women.
 Chicago, Illinois
An award-winning online business-to-business publication covering start-ups and industry giants, FoodNavigator-USA provides a 360-degree view of the North American food and beverage market.
 Fort Collins, Colorado
In this community development training, you will learn through case studies, exercises, and group discussions and share experiences with fellow community development practitioners from around the globe.
 State College, Pennsylvania
The Graduate Certificate in Community and Economic Development introduces key concepts and practical strategies useful to those who are new to the field and those who have experience working with communities or development-related institutions.
 Medford, Massachusetts
This program is ideal for professionals engaged in a variety of food-related businesses and organizations, as well as others interested in implementing sustainable practices for their organizations, partners, and communities.
 Tampa, Florida
This certificate program will provide a general foundation in sustainability and a solid understanding of key issues in food systems and safety/security.
 Burlington, Vermont
Our innovative 3-week online and on-campus cross-disciplinary program develops visionary leaders by offering solutions to the social, environmental, diet, and health impacts of our food system.
 Burlington, Vermont
The first of its kind in North America and now in its fourth year, this program is an innovative blend of hands-on, community-based online and in-person learning to prepare you for managing food hubs.
A presentation delivered by Steven Peck, President & Founder of Green Roofs for Healthy Cities at the World Green Infrastructure Congress 2019 in Oslo, Norway.
Building-integrated agriculture is one of the most rapidly evolving areas of the agriculture industry, and recent technological innovations are enabling urban farmers to exploit underutilized spaces in our cities for food production.
 Pullman, Washington
Established in the Fall of 2008, WSU’s Certificate in Organic Agriculture, the first in the nation, develops a solid background in the agricultural sciences, including an understanding of complex agriculture and food systems.
 Royalton, Vermont
CAFS is dedicated to creating food systems that are more sustainable, just, and humane. We do this by training law and policy leaders, designing innovative legal and policy tools, and generating creative ideas to advance progress and inspire change.
 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.