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Agroecology and Rural Livelihoods Group

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Courses Taught by the ARLG Team

ENVS 002 - Internat'l Environmental Stds
A multidisciplinary analysis of the interaction of global and local variables in understanding and solving pervasive environmental problems. Prerequisite: First-year or sophomore standing.
Credits: 0 or 4

PSS 003 - D2:Coffee Ecol & Livelihoods
This course presents an overview of the environmental, social and economic dimensions of coffee production, commercialization and consumption, with a focus on Mesoamerica coffee producing regions.
Credits: 3

PSS 212 - Advanced Agroecology
This course presents an in-depth overview of research and applications in the field of agroecology, including current ecological and social dynamics in agricultural landscapes in Vermont and abroad. Pre/co-requisites: PSS 021 and 1 sem ecology at the 100-level or above or permission. Cross-listed with ENVS 212.
Credits: 0 or 4

NR 285, ENVS 295, CDAE 295, HLTH 250-SL: Community-based Participatory Action Research
This course critically examines the approach and process of conducting community-based participatory action research (CPAR) with the community as full partner.   Emphasis is placed on developing and applying skills in project management and evaluation, group facilitation, multicultural competency and critical reflection.
PSS 295 - Advanced Special Topics
Lectures, laboratories, readings, field projects, surveys, or research designed to provide specialized experience in horticulture, agronomy, soils, entomology, and integrated pest management. Prerequisite: Permission.
Credits: 1 to 12

PSS 296 - Advanced Special Topics
Lectures, laboratories, readings, field projects, surveys, or research designed to provide specialized experience in horticulture, agronomy, soils, entomology, and integrated pest management. Prerequisite: Permission.
Credits: 1 to 12

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