By UW Sustainability | Dec 6, 2021

As part of National Campus Sustainability Month earlier this quarter, representatives from all three UW campuses came together to discuss topics around food systems and our campus resources.

Yona Sipos, a faculty member in UW Seattle's Nutritional Sciences, talked about the Food Systems Capstone program and how students learn about food systems' resilience and equity through community-engaged scholarship.

Tyson Kemper, UW Bothell Grounds Supervisor, gave an overview of the Food Forest found on the Bothell campus, and how it engages the campus community.

Nedralani Logotala, Program Support Supervisor, UW Tacoma Equity and Inclusion, presented on the UW Tacoma Food Pantry and what it's meant to the UWT community, as well as the impacts of the pandemic.

The event was recorded on October 27, 2021.