WSU faculty and staff members, working with community members involved in local foods and sustainable farming, offered a variety of opportunities throughout the academic year to engage students and faculty in the study of sustainable food systems. These included on- and off-campus events incorporating farms, film, food, literature, science, wildlife, and policy as examples of the multi-disciplinary approach that is at the heart of this effort.

This year was the first year that the Winona Farmers Market was held on campus. It was also the first year of offering Curriculum Grants for faculty to design course components for their classes directly related to the theme.

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