- The Food Literacy Project (at Harvard University Dining Services) cultivates an understanding of food from the ground up. Education focuses on four integrated areas of food and society: agriculture, nutrition, food preparation and community. Ultimately, the project goal is to promote enduring knowledge, enabling consumers to make informed food choices.
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Category Archives: Sustainability
Le Charivari, A Gentleman Who Wanted to Study at Close Range the Very Interesting Habits of Bees, 1845. Fogg Museum, Harvard. Christy Hemenway, the instructor who taught this past weekend’s Top Bar Beekeeping Weekend Intensive, has graciously allowed … Continue reading
Portrait of Radcliffe President Mary Bunting, 1965, Radcliffe Archives Exciting news — the new group Harvard Undergraduate Beekeepers just held a weekend intensive with Christy Hemenway of Gold Star Honeybees. A little more than three years after the initial proposal … Continue reading
The Food Literacy Project will be featuring reflections, photographs, projects, and papers that Harvard students have completed, related to the theme of food. Please get in contact if you’ve completed a food-related project; we’d love to feature your work. Our … Continue reading
The Harvard Gazette published an article today detailing the role of corn in a changing climate. Click here to read more.
In an article published recently, the Harvard Gazette addresses how Harvard University Dining Services maintains a sharp focus from ocean to plate, adjusting its menu while working through a set of complex challenges. Click here to view the full article … Continue reading