EVENTS

“City of the Good” Book Launch Party

Date: April 20, 2018, 4pm
Location: Community and Environmental Sociology Library, Ag Hall
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Hard Cider Apple Grafting Workshop

Date: Saturday, April 21, 1-4pm
Location: DC Smith Greenhouse, UW-Madison
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Agroecoprospect: The Challenge of Integrating Values, Food and Farming

Date: June 13-16, 2018
Location: UW-Madison campus
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SUCCESS STORIES

The Wisconsin School for Beginning Dairy and Livestock Farmers: Keeping the Dream of Farming Alive

As older farmers retire, fewer young farmers are stepping in to take their place. The number of beginning farmers dropped 20 percent in the last five-year census period, and the average US farmer now tops 58 years of age. more

CIAS Mini-Grants Support Graduate Student Research in Sustainable Agriculture

CIAS supports innovative graduate student research addressing the challenges faced by small- and medium-sized farms and food businesses. Awarded annually, our competitive mini-grants aid students as they initiate their research in sustainable agriculture and food systems. more



The Queens’ New York Migrant Kitchens Project

Date: September 30, 2016, 10am

Location: University Club, rm 313

Posted September 2016

Come watch a series of short films that are part of The Queens’ Migrant Kitchen Series developed by Sarah K Khan and Culinary Backstreets. You will take the number 7 over ground train across the largest borough, learn about the theatre director turned area street vendor, watch street vendors fight for their rights, past and present, and see how blacks survived in the Jim Crow era. You’ll also learn about the next multimedia projects Sarah is developing for the most diverse city in the world, where over 135 languages are spoken.

Sarah K. Khan is a multimedia journalist/artist, who focuses on the migration of people (mainly women) and food. She makes visible, often, their invisible lives via photography, cartography, film and writing. She partners with like-minded organizations and individuals to utilize food to provoke thought about food sovereignty.

This lecture and screening is presented by the Food Studies Network, and the program is part of the Borghesi-Mellon Interdisciplinary Workshop in the Humanities, sponsored by the Center for the Humanities, with support from Nancy and David Borghesi and the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. For more information about the Food Studies Network, http://humanities.wisc.edu/research/borghesi-mellon-workshops/food-studies-network.