Urban Agriculture: A Liberal Arts Approach


My Urban Agriculture course at Boston University gets underway next week. The Gastronomy Program just did not seem complete without a hands-on course that deals with the growing of food. I have tried to put together a curriculum for this course that deals with practical gardening skills while still maintaining a Liberal Arts approach to farming. It is exciting to bring together some of my passions–growing, thinking and eating food.

You can follow the progress of this course on our blog and find out more about the Boston University Master of Liberal Arts in Gastronomy here.

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One Response to Urban Agriculture: A Liberal Arts Approach

  1. Thomas says:

    It was a pleasure to be visited by your class tonight over at the Durham St garden in SW Corridor Park. The students were very engaged! All the best-

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