A Multidisciplinary Initiative at the University of Michigan
The University of Michigan Sustainable Food Systems Initiative engages an interdisciplinary mix of students, faculty, and communities at local and global levels to learn from and build food systems that are health-promoting, economically viable, equitable, and ecologically sound.
UM’s Sustainable Food Systems Initiative welcomed Frances Moore Lappé for the Second Session of Food Literacy for All Written by Katherine Hoffman February 9, 2017 On January 17, 2017 the University of Michigan’s Sustainable Food Read More
From Farm to Clinic: Addressing community food security with no-cost clinic intervention New research, led by SFSI affiliate Alicia Cohen, M.D., M.Sc., tap into a simple way to encourage healthier eating habits among low-income families by Read More
Catherine Badgley is a member of the advisory board of the Sustainable Food Systems Initiative and perhaps most well known for the seminal article she co-authored about Organic Agriculture and the Global Food Supply. She Read More
This community-academic partnership course will be co-led by Jennifer Blesh, agroecologist and Assistant Professor in the School of Natural Resources and Environment, and Malik Yakini, Executive Director and a co-founder of the Detroit Black Community Read More
The graduate certificate in Sustainable Food Systems is one focus area of the graduate certificate in Sustainability. The Sustainability graduate certificate provides the knowledge, skill sets, and credentials relevant to sustainability. Graduates will be better Read More