Williams College’s New Community Garden!

The college is finally going to put a community garden on campus! Staff, faculty, community members, and students alike have desired a shared space to plant to their heart’s content. At the beginning of last year, a google form was sent out to the public through Daily… Continue reading »

“Food and Farming in Vermont” by Natalie DiNenno ’18

Photo by Anna Harleen ’18 Mari Omland ’89 stands among a cluster of sparkling, snow-covered trees, shaking a bucket of grain for the 12 goats trotting behind her. Out for some exercise, they’re distracted by the evergreens and adoring Williams students surrounding them. But Omland skillfully coaxes the animals… Continue reading »

Will Raskin: Farm/Food Online Exhibit

This project examines the complex and persistent roles farms and food play in contemporary life. Multiple processes of the food system—agriculture, storage, transportation, retail, and consumption—demonstrate the intricacy of this hidden economy. Captions yield insights accrued from interviews with people intimately involved in each part of the system. This gallery… Continue reading »

Speaker series, spring 2012

The Sustainable Food & Agriculture Program Brings Diverse Guests to Campus Classrooms Spring 2012 features a roster of diverse guest speakers and workshops. The Sustainable Food & Agriculture Program strives to engage diverse and unexpected disciplines. This semester touches on theater, sociology, Latina/o studies, and the Office of… Continue reading »