Food and the Wisconsin Idea: The Systems That Feed Us
Date: April 2, 3:30pm
Location: University Club, UW-Madison
Posted March 2019
The term “food system” is widely used in academia and the nonprofit sector, but what do we really mean by it? Are we using systems approaches to complex problems that could lead to greater understanding and effective solutions? What stands in our way?
We’ve invited two distinguished guests to share their insights and observations: Kate Clancy, Visiting Scholar at the Center for a Livable Future Johns Hopkins University School of Public Health, and Senior Fellow in the Minnesota Institute for Sustainable Agriculture; and Michelle Miller, Associate Director of the Center for Integrated Agricultural Systems at UW-Madison. Chloe Green will moderate the program.
Registration is required to participate in-person or via Zoom videoconferencing. To register, see the event flyer.
The program will be followed by a social hour at 4:30.