For the InstructorThese student materials complement the Food as the Foundation for Healthy Communities Instructor Materials. If you would like your students to have access to the student materials, we suggest you either point them at the Student Version which omits the framing pages with information designed for faculty (and this box). Or you can download these pages in several formats that you can include in your course website or local Learning Managment System. Learn more about using, modifying, and sharing InTeGrate teaching materials.
Let's Talk About Food!
Food, energy, and water are interconnected resources that are useful to people, economically and technologically feasible to access, and socially acceptable to use. The movement toward sustainable communities has brought into focus the centrality of these resources in our everyday lives. The purpose of this module, Food as the Foundation for Healthy Communities, is to foster conversations about the social, economic, and environmental connections between food, energy, and water in the context of community empowerment and environmental justice. This module invites you and your instructor to engage in three integrated unit conversations to examine, and refine, your perceptions and knowledge regarding food production, good food access, and health outcomes:
View the materials from each of this module's units on the pages below: