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Food is a core part of identities, cultures and communities. Food for thought. Eating is a biological need, but food can also nourish families, spirits, cultures and communities. Food Systems. A food system is a series of interdependent elements that provides food to a community.

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food is a core part of identities cultures and communities
Food is a core part of identities, cultures and communities.

Food for thought

Eating is a biological need, but food can also nourish families, spirits, cultures and communities.

food systems
Food Systems
  • A food system is a series of interdependent elements that provides food to a community.
    • This includes: growing, harvesting, processing, distributing, consuming and disposal.
  • A food system is comprised of:
  • People
  • Businesses and institutions
  • Non-human elements of the natural world
  • Actions of these participants
program overview
Program Overview

Session 1: Introduction

Session 2: How Should We Grow? Approaches to food systems

Session 3: The “Food Footprint”

Session 4: The High Cost of Cheap Food

Session 5: How did we get here?

Session 6: Strategies to Support Sustainable Food Systems