ANNOUNCEMENT: "Sustainability" to publish a special issue on "Smart and Connected Regional Food Systems"

Now accepting manuscript submissions. Deadline August 15, 2021.


The Food Systems Lab, directed by Dr. Thomas P. Tomich and housed in the Department of Environmental Science and Policy, has grown from our group's roots in sustainable sourcing and regional landscape assessment into a program on developing and improving the information management aspects of food system sustainability, in addition to continuing our core research areas. The primary focus of this cross-cutting informatics work is to improve how sustainability can be defined, measured, and operationalized by improving information management and connectivity among complex webs of challenges, data, and actors. 

Our work has four focus areas:

  1. Food supply chains
  2. Working landscapes
  3. Data curation and visualization
  4. Community engagement and policy analysis.