Sustainable Community Food Systems featured in national publication

Students working in the organic garden

Students working in the UH West Oʻahu Student Organic Campus Garden

UH West Oʻahu’s Bachelor of Applied Science with a concentration in Sustainable Community Food Systems and Assistant Professor Albie Miles are featured in the “Trends in Green: Sustainable Innovations on Campus” section of College Planning & Management Magazine’s August 2015 edition.

Photo of Miles Albie

Miles Albie

Garden of Wisdom” details UHWO’s commitment to preparing students for jobs in the sustainable food and agriculture sector in Hawaiʻi and beyond. The concentration is a multi-disciplinary, experiential, and applied education program about key ecological and social issues in food and agricultural systems. It incorporates problem-based and hands-on learning to develop food system professionals capable of solving real-world problems and transitioning Hawai‘i agriculture toward greater ecological sustainability and social equity.

View UH West Oʻahu’s news release and Sustainable Community Food Systems web page.

Image courtesy of Mellissa Lochman