Having had the pleasure of speaking with some of the participants in this year’s Massachusetts Envirothon on the issue of Sustainable Local Agriculture in Massachusetts, I thought this list of blog posts might be useful to the participants.
LOCAL AND SUSTAINABLE FOOD AND FARMING BLOGS by Dr. John Gerber, UMass Professor of Sustainable Food and Farming
Is Sustainable Agriculture Sustainable?
Symbols and Perspectives Matter
Lets Get Practical
Why do I Care?
Is Walmart’s Version of Sustainable Agriculture Really Sustainable?
Social Equity Must Remain One of the Three Pillars of Sustainable Agriculture
Reflections on Sustainable Agriculture
Education for a Sustainable Agriculture
Sustainable Agriculture Education – A Story?
Reflections on the Early Days
Is the Modern Food System in Collapse?
Dealing with Food Systems Collapse
Just Food Now: Public Opportunities and Responsibilities
Just Food Now: Taking Personal Responsibility
Local Food: Lets Get Serious Now
The Future of Sustainable Food and Farming
Sustainable Agriculture and the Public University
Sustainable Agriculture Jobs after College
Agroecology – Science for a Sustainable Agriculture
Sustainable Agriculture 2011: A Year in Review
Want to help design a local food hub?
Occupy the Food System: Education and Policy
Occupy the Food System: A Sermon
Its the U.N. International Year of the Cooperative in Western Massachusetts
Agriculture is a business… AND a way to connect with the divine
Industrial Agriculture is a “Fix that Failed”
The U.S. needs 50 million new farmers – including home gardeners and homesteaders
Sustainability Review 2012
Antibiotic Resistance at Factory Farms Scares the Hell Out of Scientists
Is industrial food safe to eat?
Lets all support this local cooperative!
Its Food Day in the U.S. on October 24!
Food and Sustainability Review for 2013
We must choose either cheap food or a better quality of life (for all)
For information on the Bachelor of Sciences degree in Sustainable Food and Farming at UMass please contact me at; firstname.lastname@example.org.