One Thing to Do About Food
Elizabeth Ransom, Troy Duster
agricultural knowledge, experiential learning, farming, food knowledge, food policy
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.