Summer Opportunities: New Course Offering and Internships!
No plans for Summer? Check out these exciting opportunities:
Internships (click links below to see descriptions and application instructions).
Earn credit for ANTH 406/506: Food Projects Course.
Apply for Summer Internships with the Corvallis Environmental
Center's Edible Corvallis Initiative. Gain skills in the non-profit sector,
environmental education, or sustainable agriculture! Earn 1-3 credit
hours while learning valuable skills.
Accepting applications through June 7, 2013.
Note: This course will count toward the FCSJ Undergraduate Certificate and Graduate Minor.
CROP/HORT 499/599 Cities and Food: "How Great Cities Are Fed"
CRN: CROP 499: 74465; CROP 599: 74429; HORT 499: 74466; HORT 599: 74464
OSU Summer Session June 24 to July 19, 2013. With a required weeklong intensive field session. 4 credits
This course explores how farms and communities interact with and influence each other. We will examine the agronomic and social processes that create the national, regional, and local food systems that feed cities. The course is delivered with segments of independent study and an intensive field session.
Instructors: Garry Stephenson and Lauren Gwin
OSU Small Farms Program, Dept. of Crop & Soil Science and Dept. of Ag & Resource Economics
Oregon State University Oregon State University
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