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A Healthy Food Transition

Hampshire College's Healthy Food Transition is changing the enterprise of producing, preparing, consuming, and managing food on campus. Food is used as a means to teach students, communicate values, experiment with new models to solve problems, influence our peers, and serve our community.

Hospitality advisor and entrepreneur Howard Wein 93F, whose company Howard Wein Hospitality is a hospitality advisory and venture firm, and our sustainability initiative director Beth Hooker are evaluating the farm center, dining services, land use, and much more to inform the future direction of the Healthy Food transition.

Videos from Food and Farm for the Future
health food transition panel videosA daylong program on October 24 brought local and alumni farmers, food producers, and organizations committed to sustainability to the Hampshire campus. Watch videos of the healthy food transition panel presentation during Food and Farm for the Future >>

 


Our goal is to change the enterprise of producing, preparing, consuming, and managing food on campus, using food as a means to teach students, communicate values, experiment with new models of food systems that solve problems, influence our peers, and serve our community.

cheese-making

ELC CSA

Mixed Nuts

Food, Farm, and Sustainability

Urban Ecologist

 

Contact Us

Beth Hooker
Sustainability Initiative Director
Hampshire College
893 West Street
Amherst, MA 01002
sustainable@hampshire.edu
 

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