GGR107H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Food Policy, Identity Politics, Margaret Wente

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School
Department
Course
1
Environment, Food and People
Instructor: Sarah Wakefield
Geography (GGR) 107
Goals for Lecture
Answer the question: why a geography
course about food?
Outline course learning objectives
Help you think though how to make the
course work for you (e.g., learning styles)
Provide an overview of the course
structure, organization
Introduce evaluation
GGR 107 Environment, Food and People
Preview of course
approach and
perspective
GGR 107
Introduction to (environmental)
geography
Explores human-environment
connections through the lens
of food
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Why Food?
Food is central to the human
experience
Not JUST food deal with many
key concepts in geography/
social science/life!
Food as an organizing concept
Toronto Youth Food Policy Council Accepting Applications for
Membership
Interested in joining North Americas first YOUTH food policy council? You’re
in luck! The Toronto Youth Food Policy Council has three position vacancies
and is now accepting applications from all interested, food passionate youth
between the ages of 16 and 30. Skills in areas such as blogging, website
design, social media, communications, accounting and researching is an
asset, but we welcome applications from all interested youth, regardless of
experience level or background. Applications are due September 24th by
midnight. All interested candidates must attend TYFPCs September 13th
Community meeting from 6:00-8:00 at Metro Hall room 308 to be
eligible to apply. Email TYFPCapplications@gmail.com.
Livestock pressures and mechanization pressure in agriculture
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The Three Sisters:
The corn supports the
beans
The beans provide
nitrogen for the corn
(and squash)
The squash shades out
competition
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Ggr 107: introduction to (environmental) geography, explores human-environment connections through the lens of food. Why food: food is central to the human experience, not just food deal with many key concepts in geography/ social science/life, food as an organizing concept. Toronto youth food policy council accepting applications for. The toronto youth food policy council has three position vacancies and is now accepting applications from all interested, food passionate youth between the ages of 16 and 30. Skills in areas such as blogging, website design, social media, communications, accounting and researching is an asset, but we welcome applications from all interested youth, regardless of experience level or background. All interested candidates must attend tyfpc"s september 13th. Community meeting from 6:00-8:00 at metro hall room 308 to be eligible to apply. The three sisters: the corn supports the beans, the beans provide nitrogen for the corn (and squash, the squash shades out competition. Ggr 107 environment, food and people 2010.

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