Dr Bryan's presentation will include observations
disappearance of the working landscape and the family farm and
Vulnerability of our nation’s food supply and the abundance of
Industrial agriculture and its role in this country’s dependence
on fossil fuels and carbon emissions.
erosion and breakdown of a rural/urban connection. It has been the
backbone of this country’s heritage and world prominence.
developing environmental agenda not based on sound ecological and land
Abandoning the concept of our individual and collective roles and
responsibilities as “Gardeners of Eden.” • The
growth of agritourism in western and Midwestern communities.
Susan B. Smalley, Ph.D.
C.S. Mott Group for Sustainable Food Systems at
Michigan State University
Department of Community, Agriculture, Recreation and Resource
303 Natural Resources Building
East Lansing, MI 48824-1222
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