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.
Structured as an evening lecture series, Food Literacy for All features different guest speakers each week to address diverse challenges and opportunities of both domestic and global food systems. Food Literacy for All (Environ 305 and EAS Read More
As a former professional chef in fine dining restaurants, Dr. Julia Wolfson (SPH) studies how food preparation, eating behaviors, and policy affect diet and health. Dr. Wolfson’s recent study about sodium in restaurant meals made Read More
Check out the video recordings from this year’s tiny talks from 10 SFSI affiliated faculty on topics related to food and/or agriculture. From food addictions to urine fertilizer and everything in between, U-M leaders share Read More
The 2017 Sustainable Food Systems Progress Report is here! CLICK HERE to view the full report! Chapter 1. Research and Teaching (Sustainable Food Systems Initiative) Chapter 2. Student Leadership (UM Sustainable Food Program) Chapter Read More