Have you ever wondered how your food was produced?
If you would like to find out more about our food production systems, please register here to join our new 3-week online course called: “Explore how farmers produce food sustainably“, starting Monday 23rd September 2019.
The course is designed to give consumers a better understanding of EU farming systems and primary food production processes.
This course will help you to gain a better understanding of the processes used by farmers and primary producers which, we hope, will lead to increased empathy with the challenges farmers face and a greater personal investment in the food choices that you make. It will also increase your awareness of innovative technologies designed to enhance sustainability.
This FREE course is run by the School of Agriculture, Policy and Development at The University of Reading, which offers a variety of programmes ranging from agriculture, food security and food marketing through to consumer behavious and food economics, giving individuals the opportunity to study from ground to fork! You can find out more about our programmes here.
“Explore how farmers produce food sustainably” is funded by EIT Food and forms part of a range of novel educational activities including workshops, summer schools and online educational programmes for a wide audience including students, entrepreneurs and food professionals.
We hope that you can join us and look forward to meeting you online.