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.

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“The First Egg Out of the Chicken’s Anus” Tiny Talk by Rebekah Modrak

Rebekah Modrak (Art & Design) gives a tiny talk titled “The First Egg Out of the Chicken’s Anus” at the 5th annual Fast Food for Thought at the University of Michigan on October 9, 2018. Introduction by MaryCarol Hunter, School […]

“Of Wine, Rice and Ancient Cities” Tiny Talk by Laura Motta

Laura Motta (Archaeology) gives a tiny talk titled “Of Wine, Rice and Ancient Cities” at the 5th annual Fast Food for Thought at the University of Michigan on October 9, 2018. Introduction by Jeremy Moghtader, University of Michigan Campus Farm.

“Is Cooking a Poverty Trap for 3 Billion People?” Tiny Talk by Pam Jagger

Pam Jagger (School of Environment and Sustainability) gives a tiny talk titled “Is Cooking a Poverty Trap for 3 Billion People?” at the 5th annual Fast Food for Thought at the University of Michigan on October 9, 2018. Introduction by […]

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