The workshop will include field trips to urban farms, food parties and guest speakers from food security organizations such as People’s Grocery in Oakland. How the workshop of 30 to 35 unfolds will depend on the participants, but it will use storytelling, singing and movement to explore rituals, culture and memories about food.
via UC courses ponder food's culture, future – SFGate.
Edible Education 103: Telling Stories About Food and Agriculture. The course, in its second year, is open to undergraduate and graduate students; 300 free seats are also available to the public.