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Module 1 - Food Systems and Public Health: From Food Production to Food Consumption

> Lecture 1

Food Production, Public Health, and the Environment (Bob Lawrence and Polly Walker)

Slides: Part A - Part B - Part C - Part D - Part E

MP3: Part A - Part B - Part C - Part D - Part E

> Lecture 2

What Does Agriculture Have to Do with Public Health? (Kirschenmann)

Slides: Part A - Part B

MP3: Part A - Part B

> Lecture 3

Eating as a Moral Act (Brother Dave Andrews)

Slides: Part A - Part B - Part C

MP3: Part A - Part B - Part C

Module 2 - Food and Agriculture: Cultural, Historical, and Ecological Perspectives

> Lecture 4

Cultural and Historical Roots of Food Choices (Sid Mintz)

Slides: Part A - Part B

MP3: Part A - Part B

> Lecture 5

A Brief History of Agriculture and Food Production; The Rise of "Industrial Agriculture" (Shawn McKenzie)

Slides: Part A - Part B

MP3: Part A - Part B

> Lecture 6

Ecology, Agriculture, and a "Green-Green" Revolution (M. Gordon "Reds" Wolman; audio only)

MP3: Part A - Part B - Part C - Part D - Part E

Module 3: Policies, Poltics, and the Business of Food

> Lecture 7

Politics of Nutrition and U.S. Dietary Guidelines (Bob Lawrence)

Slides: Part A - Part B

MP3s: Part A - Part B

> Lecture 8

U.S. Agricultural Policies and the Farm Bill: Where is Health? (Michael Heller, Roni Neff)

Slides: Part A - Part B

MP3: Part A - Part B

> Lecture 9

Agriculture, Environment and Health (Vandana Shiva; audio only)

MP3: Part A

Module 4 - Industrial Food Animal Production (IFAP): Public Health and Environmental Impacts

> Lecture 10

What We Know and What We Need to Know about the Risks of Food Animal Production. (Ellen Silbergeld)

Slides: Part A

MP3: Part A

> Lecture 11

The Ins and Outs of IAP: A Public Health Perspective (Kellogg Schwab, Jay Graham)

Slides: Part A - Part B - Part C - Part D - Part E - Part F - Part G

MP3: Part A - Part B - Part C - Part D - Part E - Part F - Part G

Module 5 - Industrial Food Animal Production (IFAP): Economics, Occupational Health, and Rural Communities

> Lecture 12

Community Health Effects of Swine CAFO's (Amy R. Chapin Sapkota)

Slides: Part A - Part B

MP3: Part A - Part B

> Lecture 13

Economics of Industrial Agriculture and Rural Communities (Bill Weida)

Slides: Part A - Part B

MP3: Part A - Part B

> Lecture 14

Organizing for Justice: DelMarVa Poultry Justice Alliance (Carole Morison, Polly Walker)

Slides: Part A - Part B

MP3: Part A - Part B

> Lecture 15

From Farmer to Advocate (Terry Spence, Polly Walker)

Slides: Part A

MP3: Part A

Module 6 - Improving Current Food Systems

> Lecture 16

Closing the Food Gap (Mark Winne)

Slides: Part A - Part B

MP3: Part A - Part B

> Lecture 17

Moving Towards a Better Food System (Wayne Roberts, Lori Stahlbrand)

Slides: Part A - Part B - Part C - Part D - Part E - Part F

MP3: Part A - Part B - Part C - Part D - Part E - Part F

Module 7: The Sustainable Agriculture Imperative

> Lecture 19

A Vision for Agriculture (Michael Heller)

Slides: Part A - Part B - Part C

MP3: Part A - Part B - Part C

> Lecture 20

Alternative Methods of Cattle Production (Terry Spence, Polly Walker)

Slides: Part A

MP3: Part A

> Lecture 21

Transitioning Farmers to Sustainable Systems (Terry Spence, Bill Weida; audio only)

MP3: Part A

> Lecture 22

Insights into the Future of Agriculture (John Ikerd)

MP3: Part A (Introduction) - Part B (Interview)

Module 8: Opportunities for Public Health

> Lecture 23

Concluding commentaries (All Speakers; audio only)

MP3: Part A

Optional Lectures

> Module 1

Global Nutrition Transition (Benjamin Caballero)

Slides: Part A - Part B - Part C

MP3: Part A - Part B - Part C

> Module 3

Food Politics: Has the Food Revolution Arrived (Marion Nestle)

This presentation may be viewed at the Center for a Liveable Future's web site.

> Module 4

Aquaculture: IAP in the Sea (Edward Broughton)

Slides: Part A - Part B

MP3: Part A - Part B

> Module 4

Research - Water and Air Quality around CAFOs (Amy R. Chapin-Sapkota)

Slides: Part A

MP3: Part A

> Module 6

Inch By Inch, Row By Row; Gonna Make Real Food Grow (Wayne Roberts)

Slides: Part A - Part B

MP3: Part A - Part B