Monthly Archives: October 2010

A New Chapter In My life

My first encounter with the novel idea of food sustainability was when  Michael Pollan’s fantastic book, The Omnivore’s Dilemma, arrived in my mail the summer before my freshman year here at UC Berkeley. It was sent to all incoming freshmen as … Continue reading

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How it All Started

By Jenna Kingkade Two years ago I began working for Cal Dining as a food sustainability coordinator- a positon that involved educating students living in the resident halls about food sustainability. I was quite put off by the apathy that … Continue reading

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From moons to moos

As a graduate student in planetary science – I study moons of Jupiter – I often feel out of place in undergraduate courses on sustainable agriculture or food journalism.  On the first day of class, when we go around the … Continue reading

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Scott’s story

Why would a 2nd year MBA student spend a significant amount of his time facilitating a DeCal class on ‘Food, Health and Sustainability’ in the Journalism school? 1.  I used to be obese I’m currently in the best shape of … Continue reading

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