For those pursuing a career in sustainable agriculture and/or food systems, agriculture policy, or related fields
Global weather patterns are shifting, millions are facing malnutrition and food insecurity, and earth’s natural resources are stressed. How do we grow food in a way that sustains our people and our planet?
Agroecology offers crucial concepts and tools for farmers, academics, and other actors to transform food systems for sustainability and resilience.
Responding to an increasing demand for a deeper curriculum that focuses on all dimensions of agroecology, including its expressions as science, social movement, and practice, UVM is pleased to offer both its 15-credit Certificate of Graduate Study in Agroecology and an immersive Introduction to Agroecology, available as a non-credit, standalone course.