Training and other events offered online.

This webinar is hosted by the Farm to Institution New England (FINE), a six-state network of nonprofit, public, and private entities working together to transform today's food system by increasing the amount of good, local food served in the region's schools, hospitals, colleges, and other institutions.


This webinar will feature highlights from Campus Dining 101: A Benchmark Study on Farm to College in New England. The free webinar will be hosted by Nessa Richman, FINE's Metrics Project Manager, and Riley Neugebauer, FINE's Farm & Sea to Campus Project Manager. They'll be joined by a couple of dining directors from colleges in New England (TBD). 


Find out more about this webinar here.

Event Date 4/27/2017 1:00 pm ET
Individual Price Free

STOCKSCH 386 – 3 credits


 July 10 – August 18, 2017



The most fundamental role of the Designer is to inspire and solve problems creatively and practically. Site design is both an art and science. Landscape designers are place-makers and space-shapers. Sustainable site design considers the impacts to future generations of the design solutions we choose to solve today’s problems. By thoughtfully synthesizing site information, namely the natural and human factors that affect a site, we can create forward-looking design solutions that well serve both our human constituents and the natural world well into the future.


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Event Date 6/10/2017
Event End Date 8/18/2017
Individual Price $1,386.00



Speakers: Alison Hard, MS, Columbia University Teachers College; Jennifer Noll Folliard, Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics; Tracy Fox MS, RD, Food, Nutrition & Policy Consultants, LLC.; Melissa K. Maulding, MS, RD, Purdue University; Claire Uno, MLIS, Laurie M. Tisch Center for Food, Education & Policy; and Margo Wootan, Center for Science in the Public Interest



This year, the Society for Nutrition Education and Behavior's (SNEB) annual conference is located in our nation’s Capital. With looming cuts to important social programs, what better opportunity could there be to gather the troops and educate our elected officials on the importance of nutrition education in our country?



While we will be highlighting lawmakers in DC, the tips covered can be applied to any visits and connections with policy makers at all levels.  Don’t miss out on the important information! 



This is great for anyone who wants to share the importance of nutrition education with their elected officials. It will also help people attending the "Nutrition Educators As Advocates" pre-conference session get ready to visit their Members of Congress. 



Cost: This webinar is free to all attendees. 


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Event Date 6/13/2017 3:00 am ET
Event End Date 6/13/2017 4:00 am ET
Individual Price Free


You can watch the episode whenever and from wherever as it is online. 

Classroom by classroom, school by school, we're growing a greener Bronx!

The newest episode of Growing A Greener World, with creator & host Joe Lamp'l, spotlights the incredible work of our students and our community. Watch it for a great window into the world of Green Bronx Machine

Event Date 6/30/2017
Individual Price Free



Enrollment for our ONLINE class, STOCKSCH 320 - Organic Vegetable Production is now open.  This 6-week, 3-credit summer session class offered by UMass starts July 10.  For information, see:

Event Date 7/10/2017
Event End Date 8/18/2017
Individual Price $1,500.00