As a project manager, you can help people live, work, and play in the way that is best for them.
And you can also take on some very important and challenging challenges that will help you understand and solve some of the most pressing problems facing communities across the country.
You can even get paid to work in communities that have the least-developed, least-efficient, and most-uncomfortable land use.
Learn how to: • Build the community-owned agri-food system that will provide people with fresh, nutritious, and affordable food and produce, with sustainable management practices that will allow local communities to sustainably grow and produce food in a sustainable manner.
• Build a collaborative, integrated, and sustainable agricultural system that provides a secure and safe way to deliver fresh produce to communities in need and in a way that maintains their food security.
• Provide an understanding of what the current food system looks like in places that don’t have a viable system in place, and how you can build a system that is sustainable, affordable, and accessible for all.• Understand what’s required to sustain a community-based, sustainable agricultural enterprise.
• Know the importance of local community involvement in planning, developing, and maintaining a sustainable food system.