Rethinking Agriculture (POP2278.02)

Brian Campion

It is essential that we feed one another but how we do it can be harmful to the water we drink, the land we use, our climate and to human health itself. This course offers a broad look at a range of issues and policy ideas in America’s agricultural system today with the goal of developing a curriculum of the most innovative agricultural practices. Students will hear from farmers, policy makers and scholars on what practices are needed in order to grow food while not inflicting harm on the environment or human health.

Prerequisites: None.
Credits: 1
M, 10:00-11:50AM (Second seven weeks)
Maximum Enrollment: 25
Course Frequency: One time only
This course is categorized as CAPA, Updates, All courses.