Sustainable Agriculture and Food Systems
Examine the pathways between farm and table and their implications for people, the economy, and the planet. This program is one-of-a-kind in Canada.
At Trent you can develop your own understanding of sustainable agriculture and food. The Sustainable Agriculture and Food Systems (SAFS) degree* examines each of the links between farm and table, and their implications for people, the economy, and the planet. You will learn about the challenges and benefits of producing and distributing healthy, affordable food in sustainable ways, while preparing for a career in which you can really effect change.
*Accredited by ECO Canada
Digging Deeper into Regenerative Farming Practices
"Students will have the opportunity to get their hands dirty and work alongside expert faculty as we plan the operations and logistics of moving to and setting up the new Trent farm." - Dr Karen Thompson, Assistant Professor and SAFS Program Coordinator
Why small-scale farming is inspiring a new crop of sustainable farmers