The College of Natural Resurces & College of Letters & Science, in association with The Edible Schoolyard Project & The Berkeley Food Institute, 
present: Edible Education - The Rise and Future of the Global Food Movement

Scheduled to Appear

  • Michael Pollan

    “The Omnivore’s Dilemma”

  • Alice Waters

    “The Edible Schoolyard”

  • Eric Schlosser

    “Food Chains”

  • Marion Nestle

    “Food Politics”


  • Raj Patel

    “Stuffed and Starved”

  • Mas & Nikiko Masumoto

    “Epitaph for a Peach”

  • Nell Newman

    Newman's Own

  • Anim Steel

    Real Food Generation


  • Kathryn De Master

    Food Sovereignty

  • Craig McNamara

    Land-Based Learning

  • Stephen Gliessman


  • Claire Kremen

    Berkeley Food Institute


Special Guest Appearances by

  • Mark Bittman

    The New York Times

  • Robert Hass

    "The Apple Trees at Olema"


This multi-disciplinary introdction to the food system reveals its many complexities as seen by leaders in agriculture, food safety, food security, food sovereignty, food trade, and farm labor. Perspectives are offered from both the public and private sectors on how to make the food system more sustainable and equitable. The course is open to both undergraduate and graduate students at UC Berkeley.

Register Now!