INFAS is a network of educators and researchers that envisions a US food system that is environmentally sustainable and socially just. We are committed to work together to build solutions towards a more just food system for all people with a focus on those most affected by systemic inequities. We are similarly committed to enabling educational and training opportunities, and sharing and receiving knowledge with future leaders and practitioners in sustainable agriculture and food systems.

These resource pages are ‘works in progress’ as we collectively endeavor to provide useful material for engaged discussion, expand our internal knowledge of systemic inequities, raise awareness within this network and those linked to INFAS participants (current and future), and connect with those that share our vision for a sustainable and just food system.  

Education & Training

Listings of diverse academic programs and resources in: sustainable agriculture, agroecology, food studies, and related topics

INFAS is a national network of scholars with an overall purpose of science, outreach and education around critical trends and vulnerabilities in agroecology and food system sustainability. Graduate curricula focused in part, or entirely, on these topics, are increasingly available. Below are several useful resources that collate various programs, in the U.S. and abroad.  The sites listed are not maintained by INFAS.

 Sustainable Agriculture Education Association: Academic Programs List; This list includes primarily programs in North America which are separated by the categories: Land Grant Universities, Four Year State and Private Universities, Private Liberal Arts Colleges, and Community and Junior Colleges. Also listed are several programs outside of North America. 

USDA National Agriculture Library: Educational and Training Opportunities in Sustainable AgricultureThis directory of U.S. Colleges and Universities includes information on programs, degrees, certificates, and links to Web sites and contacts.  Listings are separated by state.

Association for the Study of Food and Society: Food Studies Programs ListThis list includes programs in the U.S. and abroad and includes programs, degrees, certificates, and links to Web sites and contacts.