The Sustainable Food Systems program is an interdisciplinary minor, and students will engage with multiple academic and practical perspectives on topics within food and agriculture, while working to solve problems to create food security — a more sustainable, equitable and healthy food future — for all.
Peer Educators helping Stetson Hatters live their best lives on campus and beyond. Check out the Stetson's WELL Team Instagram to find information on Produce of the Month feature including recipes and events.
MSU's Cookery & Food Collection includes more than 25,000 cookbooks and food-related works from all over the world. The collection spans more than five centuries, from as early as the 16th century up to the present. It includes a focus on the Contemporary Americas, African American, Jewish American, Caribbean, Latin American and South American cooking. The influence of West African food and diet on the Americas.
"Feeding America is an online collection of some of the most important and influential American cookbooks from the late 18th to early 20th century. The digital archive includes 76 cookbooks from the MSU Libraries' collection as well as searchable full-text transcriptions."
The South Carolina Historical Cookbooks collection consists of publications from 1832 to 1921. Many of these “receipt” books provide insight into 19th-century and early 20th-century South Carolina foodways.
Collection includes titles in English and Spanish documenting the variety and history of Mexican cuisine from 1789 to the present, with most books dating from 1940-2000. In addition to broad general coverage, the collection includes concentrations in the areas of regional cooking, recipes, cookbooks and manuscript recipe books.
Arts & Culture Websites
The New York Times - FoodStetson students, faculty, and staff can access The New York Times Digital Edition through an Academic Site License provided by duPont-Ball Library.
The New York Times - CookingStetson students, faculty, and staff can access The New York Times Digital Edition through an Academic Site License provided by duPont-Ball Library.
"The United States Department of Agriculture, also known as the Agriculture Department, is the U.S. federal executive department responsible for developing and executing federal laws related to farming, agriculture, forestry, and food."