GEOG 215 Geography of Food
Food is a necessary component of life and the need to eat is the most basic and important of all human drives. The central place of food in our lives has made food one of the main focal points of human existence. How we grow, process, distribute, and consume our food defines us as a society. The production of food changes landscapes, the distribution brings a variety of cultures into contact with one another, and what foods are consumed are often a cultural identifier.
3 credits from first year Geography (GEOG) or 15 credits from a University Credit program
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