Jul 01, 2022  
Academic Catalog 2021-2022 
    
Academic Catalog 2021-2022
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ENV 201 - Agroecology Methods


2 credit(s)
Food is one of the platforms of life that all humans need in order to survive. Yet, currently, many systems of agriculture production are harming humans, animals, insects, and the plants they cultivate. In this class, we will examine sustainable agriculture production systems from around the world, and compare and contrast how they handle the challenges of the modern age. Students will develop basic respect for the forces of nature and how they interact in ways that can lead to environmental problems when not understood. Practical applications of horticulture, soil science, systems thinking, economics, and environmental management will be a part of the coursework and associated fieldwork.
Offered: Offered alternate years.



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