|Submission Date||Feb. 20, 2013|
The Introductory Nutrition course includes discussion of sustainability and eco-friendly foods. "Chemistry and the Human Environment," and "Anthropological Perspectives on Food and Agriculture" also address ecological and social issues associated with food production.
Our Registered Dietitian provides demonstration tables and teaching. Outreach is also conducted via the Project Clean Plate initiative, teaching sustainability by encouraging reduction in food waste. UNCG Dinig also provides Chef-taught cooking classes.
Through Dining having community garden plots and using the food in catering and dining functions, at campus sustainability fairs with Dining tables on buy local programs.
The UNCG Garden student group was formed in late 2010. Its primary goals are to:
A. Help maintain sustainable community gardens on and off the campus of The University of North Carolina at Greensboro.
B. Educate the UNCG community about the principles of sustainable food production.
C. Build healthy, interactive urban communities through the collective production of locally grown and organic food.
D. Implement sustainable growing methods on and off campus while supporting the role of student action for a healthier world.
Some information for this credit was received from Kevin Deans, Executive Director of Dining Services at UNCG.
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