Online Course Schedule
PART I – "The Trouble with the Food System"
- January 26th: "A Brief History of the Modern Food System" by Michael Pollan
February 2nd: "The Ecological Crisis as a Crisis of Agriculture" AND "Linking Farm Policy to Health Policy in the Global Economy" Garrison Sposito and Marion Nestle
February 9th: "The Hands That Feed You" by Eric Schlosser
March 2nd: "The Long Green Revolution" by Raj Patel with Mark Bittman
PART II – "Getting Back to the Right Food System"
- March 9th: "Mimicking Nature: Woodleaf Farm's Ecological Design" by Carl Rosato and Helen Atthowe
- March 16th: "Of Peaches and Power: Myths, Legends, and the Mundane of Family Farming" by Mas Masumoto and Nikiko Masumoto with Robert Hass
- March 30th: "Sustainable Farming through Agroecology" by Stephen Gliessman with Mark Bittman
PART III – "Building the Food Movement"
April 6th: "Fixing a Broken Food System: Some Ideas" by Claire Kremen
April 13th: "Teaching Slow Food Values in a Fast Food World: Who Will Grow Tomorrow's Food and Who Will Be Eating It?" by Alice Waters and Craig McNamara with Robert Hass
April 20th: "With Liberty, Justice, and Sovereignty for All" by Anim Steel and Sara Mersha with Mark Bittman
April 27th: "What's Next for the Food Movement?" by Michael Pollan with Mark Bittman
Edible Education 101 is presented by the Edible Schoolyard Project, UC Berkeley Food Institute, College of Natural Resources, and UC Global Food Initiative with support from the UC Berkeley's Chancellor's Office, and the Epstein-Roth Foundation.
Edible Education 101 artwork designed by Julie Van Scoy.