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Fall 2012 Course
Jenn Halpin and Matt Steiman will co-teach “The Pleasure, Politics and Production of Food”, a 300-level course in the Environmental Studies Department at Dickinson College.
“Pleasures, Politics and Production of Food” aims to provide students
with a full-spectrum experience in what it means to be a farmer in the
21st century. Students
will explore theories and practices of sustainable food production plus
learn about issues facing farmers and consumers, from field to farmers’
market. Woven into the course will be hands-on learning opportunities
in food preparation and preservation, providing a well-rounded immersion
into food, from “seed to plate”. Students can expect to spend time
learning on campus, in the fields at the College Farm and other local