Meet the Sustainable Ag and Food Systems Community at UC Davis

by Kaleigh Basso — last modified Jul 27, 2014 12:00 AM

The Sustainable Agriculture and Food Systems major at UC Davis is more than an academic program. It is a community of learners and educators trying working together to bring about positive change in world. SA&FS is an interdisciplinary major where students develop a comprehensive understanding of our complex food system. The program is rigorous and offers students real world experiences in agriculture and food systems. But to learn about what is at the heart of the program, you must ask the right questions to the students, faculty, and staff involved in it. 

Jadda Miller, a 2014 graduate from Sustainable Agriculture and Food Systems, did just that and put together a video that embodies what it means to be involved in the major and the community that surrounds it. As we welcome a new crop of students into the major, we can reflect on what makes it as strong a program as it is—its students, faculty, and staff. Take a look!

 Learn more about the SA&FS major here.



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