ENV 4030: Agroecology and Sustainable Food Systems

Code

ENV 4030

LENGUAGE

English

Terms

Summer II, Fall, Spring,

Credit

4

REQUIREMENTS

NONE

FEES

$ USD 1010

This course examines agricultural and food systems from an ecological systems perspective. After establishing a foundation of basic ecological concepts (the relationships and interactions between the abiotic/non-living and biotic/living components of an ecosystem), we will investigate various applications of these concepts with agricultural systems. Consumption and production issues related to food system sustainability will be analyzed, and students will explore their own role in the food system. Field trips will provide opportunities for direct observation of (and interaction with) different approaches to food production and distribution in Costa Rica.

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"I became way more curious about the world, I want to travel more now, I want to meet more people, learn more things, and I’ve made a lot of friends both Costa Rican and American and from all over the world"

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