Course description

Students gain familiarity with major institutions driving and re-imagining global agricultural development. Transcending individual disciplines, this course also draws upon research and practices at the confluences of biology, agronomy, hydrology, and sustainability science; anthropology, international development, and ecological economics; and technology and natural resource policy.


Assistant County Director and Horticulture Agent, Colorado State University Extension

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This course encourages student to re-imagine the sector and pursue more sustainable T&T, focused on attenuating its negative impacts and advancing the contribution T&T makes to global citizenship and a more balanced economy and equitable society.

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