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Dr. Michael W. Hamm

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C.S. Mott Professor of Sustainabl...

Phone: (517) ***-****  
Email: m***@***.edu
Michigan State University
1355 Bogue St. B139
East Lansing , Michigan 48824
United States

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  • Ph.D. , human nutrition
    University of Minnesota
  • B.A. , Biology
    Northwestern University
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Q & A: Michael Hamm, C.S. ..., 1 July 2013 [cached]
Q & A: Michael Hamm, C.S. Mott Professor Of Sustainable Agriculture At Michigan State University
Michael Hamm is the C. S. Mott Professor of Sustainable Agriculture at Michigan State University and director of MSU's Center for Regional Food Systems.
Detroit Eastern Market - Eastern Market Corporation Board of Directors, 2 Sept 2011 [cached]
Michael Hamm
CS Mott Chair of Sustainable Agriculture
Michigan State University
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Dr. Michael Hamm
Michael Hamm is the C. S. Mott Professor of Sustainable Agriculture at Michigan State University and director of MSU’s Center for Regional Food Systems. Mike is affiliated with the Departments of Community Sustainability; Plant, Soil and Microbial Sciences; and Food Science and Human Nutrition. His appointment encompasses teaching, research and outreach. Community food security, community, regional, and sustainable food systems are research interest areas. Prior to moving to MSU he was Dean of Academic and Student Programs for Cook College, Rutgers University. As a faculty member at Rutgers University he was co-founder and director of the New Jersey Urban Ecology Program and founding director of the Cook Student Organic Farm. He was also facilitator for the New Jersey Cooperative Gleaning Network and a board member/board president of the Northeast Organic Farming Association of New Jersey.
FoodMed 2009 :: Bio, 9 Nov 2012 [cached]
Mike Hamm, CS Mott Professor, Sustainable Food Systems, Michigan State University Mike Hamm and the Sustainable Food System program has been engaged in such activities as increasing farmers' markets, increasing conventional growers' movement to organic, and increasing access to fresh fruits and vegetables by limited-resource households. The group also is helping limited-resource farmers utilize asset building programs such as the earned income tax credit; is building partnerships with coalitions to promote community based food systems; and is identifying opportunities to link public health, economic development, community development, and community-based food systems.
Hamm helped develop and was subsequently appointed to the Michigan Food Policy Council, representing institutions of higher education. He has served on the Community Task force of the Michigan Surgeon General's "Step's Up Campaign" to help Michigan residents adopt a more healthy lifestyle, and he served on the Michigan Department of Community Health's Cardiovascular Health Task Force to develop recommendations for a state plan to help prevent heart disease. Hamm also is credited for increasing the linkages at state and local levels between different sectors to improve the health and sustainability of communities.
Prior to joining Michigan State University, Hamm served as chairperson for the Department of Nutritional Sciences for Cook College at Rutgers University, and was Dean of Academic and Student Affairs.
Hamm is a member of the Michigan Food Policy Council, the National Resource Council Panel on Undergraduate Agricultural Education, the Editorial Board for the Journal of Agriculture and Human Values. He also is a member of the American Society for Nutritional Sciences; the Agriculture, Food, and Human Values Society; and the Community Food Security Coalition.
My ABC is WOTV 4!, 7 Sept 2004 [cached]
Dr. Michael Hamm, the CS Mott Professor of Sustainable Agriculture at MSU will be discussing "Eating from Michigan: What's in it for the community."
The evening's dinner menu will feature a wide variety of locally produced foods.
Dr. Hamm's research focuses on developing community-based food systems and community food security.Since coming to MSU in January 2003, Dr. Hamm has taken an active role in promoting community-based sustainable food systems and has recently been awarded a grant from the W.K. Kellogg Foundation to promote these programs in Michigan.Prior to moving to MSU he was a faculty member and Dean at Rutgers University where he was co-founder and director of the New Jersey Urban Ecology Program, an effort that brings together individuals from diverse backgrounds to address sustainable food systems.He was past board president of the Northeast Organic Farming Association of New Jersey and co-director of the New Jersey Food Stamp Nutrition Education Network.
Reservations for this Dinner and Discussion can be made by contacting the KBS Conference Center at 269-671-2416 or e-mail:
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