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Transparency of Farming: Food Chain Mysteries

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Transparency of Farming: Food Chain Mysteries

Lecture & Discussion
Thursday, March 8
4 - 5 pm
Memorial Union | Check TiTU for Room Location
Cost: Free
What's on your plate and how did it get there? Learn more at this lecture and Q&A with Professor Jane Collins!

Where does your food come from? How many food miles has it traveled? What even are food miles? Learn the answers to these questions and much more at the second installment of our Food Transparency Series featuring Professor Jane Collins at Food Chain Mysteries.

Jane Collins is an esteemed professor in the Community and Environmental Sociology department at UW Madison. Her areas of research focus food chains and commodity systems and she specializes in social issues in food systems. Please join us for an hour session with her as she talks about how your food gets to your plate followed by a Q/A segment.

Come out to Union South on March 8th at 4 PM - Check TiTU for a specific room location!

Where does your food come from? How many food miles has it traveled? What even are food miles? Learn the answers to these questions and much more at the second installment of our Food Transparency Series featuring Professor Jane Collins at Food Chain Mysteries.

Jane Collins is an esteemed professor in the Community and Environmental Sociology department at UW Madison. Her areas of research focus food chains and commodity systems and she specializes in social issues in food systems. Please join us for an hour session with her as she talks about how your food gets to your plate followed by a Q/A segment.

Come out to Union South on March 8th at 4 PM - Check TiTU for a specific room location!

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