Edible Education 101, now in its seventh year, is a uniquely UC Berkeley course that explores the future of food, its diverse systems, and movements. The course is offered free to the public through the UC Berkeley Haas School of Business. We invite you to attend the class in person or stream lectures live each week. You can find more information on the course and individual lectures by visiting the Edible Schoolyard website. The Edible Education 101 archive includes lecture video recordings from past semesters. Lecture topics have included organic agriculture, food safety, hunger, farm bill reform, farm-to-school initiatives, agroecology, labor in the food system, urban agriculture, food sovereignty, and local food economies.