Listen on Cal Ag Roots: Podcast 10: Política del Mole/The Politics of Mole
In a recent Cal Ag Roots podcast, Pace University Professor Melanie DuPuis, PhD, and several other food scholars discuss shifting to a “new model for food movement work that builds political and community strength from difference and diversity.”
The California Institute for Rural Studies has launched Cal Ag Roots to unearth stories about a vitally important segment of California’s culture and economy: Food Production. Cal Ag Roots puts historical roots under current California food and farming change movements by telling the story of California agricultural development in innovative, useful and relevant ways.
Environmental Studies student Talulah Barni ‘24, shares her experience interning with the Prospect Park Alliance and New York City Parks Department.
Environmental Studies and Science Professor Michelle Land recently co-authored an op-ed piece with Seidenberg professor John Cronin regarding a bill outlawing wildlife killing contests in New York State.