This year the Sewanee Food Literacy Project has grown, and offers a way for students to learn life skills as well as new cultures.
Last January marked the beginning of the Sewanee Food Literacy Project, a semester devoted to empowering and engaging students to help them make informed choices and understand what “food literacy” means to an individual, the community, and the world. (See how it started.)
This year the project has grown, and offers a way for students to learn life skills as well as new cultures. From baking bread to fermenting kimchi, the FLP cooks up ways for students to learn more about the origins, health implications, and environmental impacts of what they eat. Read all about what's new this year.