Skinny, 2-terms. 0.5 credit
Students will learn the role of food, fiber, and natural resource systems in their lives and the lives of others around Wisconsin. Knowledge of Wisconsin agricultural systems and the natural resources required for producing food and fiber leads students to understand the relationship between production and sustainability. Understanding food and fiber production, distribution, and consumption at local, national, and international levels allows students to comprehend the complex interdependence that exists within agriculture.
This class is designed for freshmen and sophomores.