MSUE Greening Michigan Institute. Rick Foster, director and professor. Greening Michigan Institute Basic Assumptions. 21 st Century Challenges are Food, Water, Energy Operating in a Global Climate Change Environment Action is Needed Locally and Globally
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Rick Foster, director and professor
21st Century Challenges are Food, Water, Energy
Operating in a Global Climate Change Environment
Action is Needed Locally and Globally
Natural and Human Resources are Significant Assets for Growing Sustainable Economies and Communities in Michigan
We envision a thriving economy, equity and sustainability for all of Michigan and its people through a food system rooted in local communities and centered on Good Food – that is, food that is healthy, green, fair and affordable.
Michigan’s vibrant green and natural resource economy prospers. Models for sustainable living extend to unique rural communities and thriving urban centers which engage and attract creative entrepreneurial talent and visitors from around the world.