The [course_title] is designed to help you understand the future of food, its different practices, and movements. This course also includes topics such as organic cultivation, food safety, farm bill reform, farm-to-school initiatives, labour in the food production, agro-ecology, food sovereignty, urban agriculture, and local food economies. You’ll find more information and relevant knowledge in step-by-step arranged lectures by enrolling in this course.
This course does not involve any written exams. Students need to answer 5 assignment questions to complete the course, the answers will be in the form of written work in pdf or word. Students can write the answers in their own time. Each answer needs to be 200 words (1 Page). Once the answers are submitted, the tutor will check and assess the work.
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Course Credit: Open Culture
|Edible Education 101: Michael Pollan (2015)||01:41:00|
|Edible Education 101: Garrison Sposito and Marion Nestle||01:58:00|
|Edible Education 101: Eric Schlosser||01:47:00|
|Edible Education 101: “The Long Green Revolution” by Raj Patel with Mark Bittman||01:33:00|
|“Mimicking Nature: Woodleaf Farm’s Ecological Design” by Carl Rosato and Helen Atthowe||01:42:00|
|Edible Education 101: “Of Peaches and Power” by Mas & Nikiko Masumoto with Robert Hass||01:49:00|
|EE 101: “Sustainable Farming through Agroecology” by Stephen Gliessman with Mark Bittman||01:36:00|
|“Fixing a Broken Food System: Some Ideas” by Claire Kremen||01:24:00|
|EE 101: Teaching Slow Food Values in a Fast Food World – Alice Waters and Craig McNamara||01:47:00|
|EE 101: “Liberty, Justice, and Sovereignty for All”||01:45:00|
|Edible Education 101: “What’s Next for the Food Movement?” with Michael Pollan and Mark Bittman||01:46:00|
|Edible Education 101: Transparency in the Food System with Michael Pollan and Raj Patel||01:45:00|
|Edible Education 101: Entrepreneurship, Food, and Technology with Megan Mokri||01:42:00|
|Edible Education 101: Anna Lappé – “The Global Food System: Feeding 9 Billion”||01:42:00|
|Edible Education 101: Personalized Health, Nutrition, and the Microbiome with Christopher Gardner||01:44:00|
|Edible Education 101: Understanding Food Workers and the Food System with Saru Jayaraman||01:31:00|
|Edible Education 101: How Food Policy Shapes US Culture and the Economy with Robert Reich||01:43:00|
|Edible Education 101: Farming: Food, Soil, Climate and Water with David Mas Masumoto||01:38:00|
|Edible Education 101 with Alice Waters: Course Overview and the Future of Edible Education||01:35:00|
|Edible Education 101 with Paul Shapiro and Gary Hirshberg||01:47:00|
|Edible Education 101: Telling Stories about Building Community through Food with the Kitchen Sisters||01:37:00|
|“Systems Thinking the Food System ” – Edible Education 101 with Clair Brown and Will Rosenzweig||01:39:00|
|“Vision and Values” – Edible Education 101 with Alice Waters & Eric Schlosser||01:43:00|
|Submit Your Assignment||00:00:00|
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