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Students learn about urban agriculture in Havana, Cuba
Students visit "Feedem Freedom" in Detroit
Interviewing farmers in San Julian, Bolivia
Professor Catherine Badgley at a produce stand in Havana, Cuba
Professor Ivette Perfecto studies coffee plants
Farmer and agroecologist Fernando Funes explains his plans to create a biodigester
Students visit Lesser farm (Dexter, Michigan)
Students visit Tantre Farm (Chelsea, Michigan)
Farmer Dale Lesser talks to a class, "Intro to Food Systems" about his apple orchards
Professor Ivette Perfecto, Urban farmer Myrtle Thomson Curtis, and Cuban Agroecologist Fernando Funes a Feedem Freedom in Detroit
Students visit Harvesting Earth Educational Farm (Beecher, MI)
Professor Jennifer Blesh and the foundations of sustainable food systems class at the UM campus farm (Oct, 2014)
SFS faculty at the UM student farm
Wes Jackson cyberly visits the "foundations of sustainable food systems" class (Oct 2014)

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Congratulations to SFSI affiliate and SNRE faculty Aniket Aga on receiving the 2016 Sardar Patel award for his dissertation entitled "Genetically Modified Democracy: The Science and Politics of Transgenic Agriculture in Contemporary India" Read more: sites.lsa.umich.edu/sustainablefoodsystems/2017/05/24/sfsi-affiliate-aniket-aga-receives-sardar-p... ...

Congratulations to Assistant Professor Aga, recipient of the 2016 Sardar Patel Award for the best dissertation in the U.S. on any aspect of modern India across the fields of humanities, social sciences, fine arts, and/or education. Aga was awarded for his dissertation, "Genetically Modified Democracy: The Science and Politics of Transgenic Agriculture in Contemporary India" Keep up the great work! University of Michigan Sustainable Food Systems Initiative UCLA University of Michigan Planet Blue

Thrilled about the 2 page #FoodLiteracyforAll spread in the Spring 2017 University of Michigan School of Natural Resources and Environment alumni magazine! ...

Congrats to SNRE masters students Lauren Highleyman & Cassidy Dellorto-Blackwell on their April 2017 masters project "The Farm at St. Joe's: Growing Healthy and Resilient Communities"http://sites.lsa.umich.edu/sustainablefoodsystems/student-scholarship/ ...

A little belated, but thanks to the Detroit Food and Fitness Collaborative for this piece on France Moore Lappe's visit with the The Detroit Food Policy Council as part of the collaboration with our #FoodLiteracyforAll course detroitfoodandfitness.com/dffc/diet-for-a-small-planet-author-lauds-food-systems-work-in-detroit/ ...