Michael Pollan‘s Edible Education 101 lecture, “A Brief History of the Modern Food System” streamed live from the University of California, Berkeley.
Edible Education 101 Course Details
The course includes the following video lectures:
- Edible Education 101: Michael Pollan
- Edible Education 101: Garrison Sposito and Marion Nestle
- Edible Education 101: Eric Schlosser
- Edible Education 101: “The Long Green Revolution” by Raj Patel with Mark Bittman
- “Mimicking Nature: Woodleaf Farm’s Ecological Design” by Carl Rosato and Helen Atthowe
- Edible Education 101: “Of Peaches and Power” by Mas & Nikiko Masumoto with Robert Hass
- EE 101: “Sustainable Farming through Agroecology” by Stephen Gliessman with Mark Bittman
- “Fixing a Broken Food System: Some Ideas” by Claire Kremen
- EE 101: Teaching Slow Food Values in a Fast Food World – Alice Waters and Craig McNamara
- EE 101: “Liberty, Justice, and Sovereignty for All”
- Edible Education 101: “What’s Next for the Food Movement?” with Michael Pollan and Mark Bittman
The Edible Education 101 course was launched by Alice Waters, founder of Chez Panisse and the Edible Schoolyard Project, in partnership with University of California, Berkeley to bring edible education to the university level. The course, a unique hybrid public lecture series and for-credit class, has been offered to undergraduate students and members of the general public for four semesters since 2011.
Summary of Main Features
Instructor: Garrison Sposito
Co-hosts: Mark Bittman and Robert Haas
Videos: 11 videos (approx 18 hours)
Edible Education 101 is presented by the Edible Schoolyard Project, UC Berkeley Food Institute, Berkeley College of Natural Resources, and the UC Global Food Initiative with support from the UC Berkeley Chancellor’s Office, and Epstein-Roth Foundation.