Food Systems and Markets Wiki
The following glossary and its companion annotated bibliography were initiated as a class project for Urban and Regional Planning 590, Markets and Food Systems, at the University of Wisconsin - Madison. This is a work in progress - email Alfonso Morales, University of Wisconsin-Madison, firstname.lastname@example.org regarding questions or comments.
Gregg Kettles, "Food Production and Distribution: Legal Issues for Planners".
Listen to presentation (44MB .mp3 audio file)
Delivered on April 1, 2009; Lubar Commons, UW-Law School as part of Worldwide Universities Network (WUN) International Collaboration Grant. Support given by: Division of International Studies, the College of Letters & Science, the Graduate School, the Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation (WARF), and the Office of the Vice Chancellor for Administration at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, as well as the Worldwide Universities Network (WUN). Gregg Kettles talks about legal issues that are overlooked by a lot of people in trying to bring agricutlure back to the city/closer to the city and explores new ways to get food to the people.