College: College of Food, Agricultural and Natural Resource Sciences
Strong Interest Inventory Code(s): IRA
Components of a food system include farming, food processing, distribution, consumption, recycling, and much more. Gain knowledge, problem-solving skills, and leadership ability to address complex challenges and opportunities in food systems which are interconnected sets of biological, economic, and social activities.
Sub-plans: Agroecology, Consumer and Markets, Organic and Local Food Production, Individualized
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