Farmers for America Darden, Classroom 50 Wednesday, February 27, 2019 5:45 Light refreshments 6:00 Film Panel follows WHO WILL FEED US? The average age of the U.S. farmer is 60 Half of America’s farmland is going to change hands
Morven’s First Lady’s Food Lab has been a year and a half long endeavor for the purposes of expanding community and student engagement at Morven Farms. This engagement has a focus on food sustainability efforts in combination with the Morven
PLAP 3160/GSVS 3160 June 4-16 At Morven Farm Prof. Paul Freedman, Department of Politics, returns to teach his popular Politics of Food class at the Morven Summer Institute. If you’ve never been to Morven, the farm provides a learning experience
Join the UVA Food Collaborative, UVA Sustainable Food Strategy Task Force, UVA Sustainability, and the Sierra Club for a screening of the documentary What Lies Upstream and panel discussion centering on issues of environmental justice, water rights, and grassroots action.
Meet the fellows working on a number of sustainability and equity projects this summer. Contact MSI Coordinators Gabby Levet email@example.com or Sade Storthz firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
The following research posters were on display at the 2018 Earth Week Expo. The Global Sustainability capstone class looked at a wide variety of topics relating to food and sustainability. Additionally, the UVA Sustainability Food Survey researchers and the City Market
Calling all students researching food and sustainability issues: Create a poster highlighting your research to showcase at the Earth Week Expo! Tuesday, April 17th11am-2pm, Newcomb Ballroom Email email@example.com to participate. 2018 Research Poster Suggested GuidelinesResearch Poster Template
The following presentation was created by the Charlottesville City Market Research Team, composed of fourth year undergraduates Allie Arnold, Emma Feinman, and Gabby Levet, who are undertaking a year-long independent study under the guidance of Paul Freedman, Professor of Politics
This is a curriculum designed for teen youth leadership development, with a specific focus on introducing them to the concept of a food system, and engaging them in mapping and identifying food goals for their neighborhood. This curriculum was developed
WASTED! is an engaging, fast-paced look at not just the problem of food waste but also the people who are finding solutions for it. In a time when more and more people consider themselves “foodies” it’s increasingly up to chefs