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FNG - 640
Community Food Security

(3 cr.) - Session(s): Spring | Course Offered Odd-Numbered Years Only

This course provides a critical and interdisciplinary exploration of current issues related to food security and the emerging field of food systems.  Concepts on community food security, food sovereignty, food justice and agricultural sustainability from local, regional and international perspectives are presented and discussed, as well as frameworks and community-based strategies to address food system and health disparities.  Pedagogical approaches include engagement with food and farming scholars/practitioners, local stakeholders and agencies and participatory learning.




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