One Thing to Do About Food


Elizabeth Ransom, Troy Duster


agricultural knowledge, experiential learning, farming, food knowledge, food policy


The Nation

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Policy Summary

The authors argue that it is of utmost importance to change the way we learn about food or we are going to lose a whole generation of people that have agricultural knowledge. Local knowledge and cultures are very important, we must tailor experiential learning approaches to locales and help educate a generation about the interconnected web of agriculture and food systems.

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