Improving food systems through urban and regional planning: an introduction
Megan Dailey, Ph.D., Director of Metropolitan Food & Environmental Systems
Tuesday, March 22, from 1-1:50 PM, Rm 223 Temple Buell Hall
From community food systems to major metropolitan food clusters, urban and regional planning play pivotal roles in providing the policies and infrastructure to create more sustainable food systems. Dr. Dailey will provide definitions for key concepts like food systems, sustainability, and complex adaptive systems. She will also provide simple and complex examples of planning barriers and benefits to innovative food systems designs.
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