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Real Food Seminars offers seminars to audiences interested in sustainable food systems. Our seminars inform and provide tools to address food system issues while building sustainability.

WORKSHOP DESCRIPTIONS

Darryl Benjamin has twenty years’ full-time and adjunct teaching experience in sustainable food systems, writing, marketing and publishing at colleges and universities in Vermont and Massachusetts. Author of Farm to Table: The Essential Guide to Sustainable Food Systems for Students, Professionals, and Consumers (Chelsea Green), Darryl teaches in the graduate Sustainable Food Systems and Resilient and Sustainable Communities programs at Green Mountain College. He blogs about sustainable food at the University of Vermont’s Food-Feed site and Upserve’s restaurantinsider.com. Darryl is a frequent workshop leader at national and international food and agriculture conferences. He holds a M.F.A. in Writing and a Leadership in Sustainable Food Systems Certificate from the University of Vermont.

Visit to White Gate Farm in East Lyme, Connecticut_03.24.18

Agriculture, Blogs, Farm, Farm-to-Table, Food & Thought, Food Justice, Sustainable Food Systems, Uncategorized

Visit to White Gate Farm in East Lyme, Connecticut_03.24.18

By Darryl Benjamin
March 26, 2018

Visit to White Gate Farm in East Lyme, Connecticut_03.24.18 “Here Is Your Destination” for Farm-to-Table oming from Vermont — ground zero for Sustainable Food Systems, Farm to Table, and the Fresh Food Movement — it’s always a delight to discover the spirit…


New Workshop Presented at 36th annual NOFA-VT WINTER CONFERENCE

Agriculture, Big Ag, Cultured Meat, Farm, Food Labels, Future of Food, Health, News, Sustainable Food Systems, Workshops

New Workshop Presented at 36th annual NOFA-VT WINTER CONFERENCE

By Darryl Benjamin
February 10, 2018

Darryl inaugurates his new workshop, “Motherless Meat: From Petri Dish to Plate” at the NOFA-VT Conference on February 18, 2018, from 9:30-10:45a. The event takes place at the University of Vermont in Burlington, VT. Motherless Meat: From Petri Dish to Plate Would you…




Fiction and Sustainable Food Systems

Agriculture, Blogs, Environmental Humanities, Environmental Literature, Farm, Food & Thought, Food Justice, Future of Food, Sustainable Food Systems, University of Vermont, Workshops

Fiction and Sustainable Food Systems

By Darryl Benjamin
January 23, 2018

Fiction and Sustainable Food Systems Posted by Darryl Benjamin  |  September 25, 2014 Imagine if you had the ability to choose any of the issues under the agricultural sustainability umbrella and could then run computer-generated outcomes according to variables of your own choosing. This kind…


Eat, Drink, But Please Don’t Sue

Big Ag, Blogs, Economics, Food & Thought, Food Justice, Food Labels, Health, Sustainable Food Systems, Uncategorized, University of Vermont, Workshops

Eat, Drink, But Please Don’t Sue

By Darryl Benjamin
January 23, 2018

Eat, Drink, But Please Don’t Sue Posted by Darryl Benjamin  |  May 16, 2014 Perhaps General Mills thought it was no big deal when they discreetly slipped the words “binding arbitration” into their website privacy policy page.  The move, however, did not escape Stephanie Strom,…



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