Jonathan Bloom “The Impact and Opportunity of Wasted Food”

From farm to fork, America squanders food at an alarming rate. In total, 40 percent of the available food supply is wasted. In a wide-ranging talk, Jonathan will discuss the underlying causes of U.S. food waste and the implications of this problem before focusing on the many solutions–both personal and society-wide.

“Food Policy and Health Outcomes” | Panel Discussion

March 13, 2018 In this panel session, speakers discuss policy and its impact on community health. The distinguished speakers are: Winona Bynum, RDN, PMP, CSM, Executive Director, Detroit Food Policy Council Alicia Cohen, M.D., M.Sc., Clinical Lecturer, University of Michigan Medical School […]

Winona LaDuke – “Indigenous food sovereignty”

February 6, 2018 Food sovereignty is about having choices. Choices of where your food comes from, how it is produced, and what it is that you eat. For Indigenous peoples, food sovereignty is about health, justice, and tradition. Winona LaDuke […]