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FIU is working to ensure people can work and eat despite climatic and logistical challenges.
With support from The Walmart Foundation, researchers in FIU’s College of Arts, Sciences & Education and the College of Business will conduct a thorough assessment of Florida’s tomato and strawberry production systems. They will evaluate the entire supply chain — from farmer to processor, distributor, retailer and consumer — to identify what works, what doesn’t, and why.
FIU's Agroecology Program is a nationally acclaimed comprehensive agriculture teaching, research
FIU will invite key stakeholders from farm organizations, governments, agriculture wholesale and retail sectors to a focus group meeting to reflect on study findings and provide feedback on how to make the supply chain more sustainable. We invite experts and all industry stakeholders to get involved during the course of this study and participate in this symposium.
Kateel G Shetty
Professor; Program Director, Professional Science Master's in Environmental [...]
Assefa M. Melesse
Executive Director, Ryder Center for Supply Chain Management; Senior [...]
Friday, June 14, 2019
Over-fertilization has been a common and damaging practice in the nursery ornamental production industry throughout the United States. When more […]
Tuesday, June 11, 2019
FIU’s Agroecology Program recently hosted its International Workshop on Agroecology and Sustainable Agriculture (IWASA). More than a dozen students, all […]
Thursday, May 23, 2019
The National Park Foundation is excited to announce the Conway Science Fellowship which will benefit the National Park Service through […]