FDSY 1903: An Eater's Guide to the Food System

3 CreditsFreshman Seminar

In this course we will explore the plants that are the basis for our food system and how natural and human forces influence their abundance and quality. We will highlight sustainability through evaluation of environmental, economic, and social impacts on the food system and how consumers can effect change. Coursework will include assigned readings, discovery of new information shared with the class through written reviews and oral summaries, discussions, and hands-on plant growth and food production activities.

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