Guest Blog Post by:
Susannah Albert-Chandhok,Yale Grassroots Leader & Food Day Campus Coordinator
What would it take to create a food system that promotes global nourishment and environmental sustainability?
This real food change would take national progress and fe
deral modification in modern food policy, but to make a shift in how we eat, we need a grassroots start.
We need a local impetus for a real food change.
The grassroots movement can flourish into abundant action on college campuses, and some of the most successful movements towards a better food system