Social Permaculture for Food Justice prepares students with methodologies from the fields of permaculture design and social justice to enact change in the food system. Students learn tools to help them critique food system inequities, articulate goals for social change, and analyze their own power, privilege, and competencies as makers of change. Finally, students are guided through a permaculture design process in which they create social design models to catalyze the changes they wish to see in the food system. Through out the course, there is an emphasis on maintaining personal sustainability as food justice activists and developing leadership skills.
Special Topics- Social Permaculture for Food Justice
Wildlife and Fisheries Conservation
Plant, Soil & Insect Science
Natural Resources Conservation
Monday, November 6, 2017 to Monday, February 5, 2018