A project featuring California innovators working to transform food and agriculture systems within their community and beyond.
A podcast series about cultivating justice and health, produced by the Berkeley Food Institute in partnership with the UC Berkeley Advanced Media Institute at the Graduate School of Journalism.
Media coverage, the BFI blog, and job information.
Media coverage about the Berkeley Food Institute.
The Berkeley Food Institute Blog.
This map aims to both reveal barriers to the full participation of historically marginalized community members in food-related learning and practice at UC Berkeley, and highlight opportunities and successes in overcoming such obstacles.
Students and faculty share their excitement about food and agriculture work happening on UC Berkeley's campus. Get involved!
The Potluck is a project that aims to share intimate aspects of how people interact with their food through ethnographic interviews with students, staff, faculty, and community members on the UC Berkeley campus.
What happens when a renowned New York food writer comes to California to soak in the Golden State’s agricultural and food scene? Find out in Mark Bittman: California Matters.
This database is a curation of over 170 entries from UC Berkeley faculty and staff in a variety of formats: academic journal articles, reports, videos, and mainstream media pieces.
Our campus gardens and farms offer expansive opportunities for students, staff, faculty, and members of the community to engage in hands-on learning in botany, garden management, garden design, and sustainable agriculture.
The first step to gain access to farmland is figuring out who owns it. The Farmland Monitoring Project examines public records about farmland in California.