Food and the Environment: from farm to fork
12 month access
Hours of content.
Delivered online. Start anytime.
Months of access to course materials.
What you'll take away from this course
Skills to lighten your eco-footprint
Sustainable menu plans
Knowledge about buying organic foods
How to grow food at home
Tips for storing fresh produce
In this short course, you’ll cover six core topics, starting with the evolution of the human diet and farming methods. Then delve into alternative foods, ethical eating practices, when to buy organic and how to reduce your food wastage. Throughout the course, learn about the environmental impacts of your food choices and develop sustainable habits for healthy living.
The Human Diet
Learn how the human diet and farming methods have evolved.
Environmental Impact of Food Choices
Lighten your eco-footprint by considering where your food comes from and how it is made.
Discover alternative foods for a healthier diet and lower carbon footprint.
Consider what ‘free range’ is and gather tips to identify genuine ethical produce.
Get to know which foods are best to buy organic or grow at home.
Food Waste and Storage
Develop sustainable lifestyle habits and minimise your food waste.
In this course, you’ll learn practical and evidence-based facts and nutrition skills that you can quickly and easily apply in your life.
Dive into our rich array of online resources, including videos, podcasts and interactive quizzes, to learn about sustainable diets and how your food choices impact our planet’s health.
Using our intuitive, industry-leading learning platform, you have the flexibility to study entirely online, in your own time and at your pace. Your learning is supported by an interactive Learning Journal, which you will download and use throughout the course. Remember, if you need it, learning support is one click away.
This course is designed and supported by experts and instructors at the forefront of the industry and backed by Endeavour College of Natural Health’s higher education credentials.
If you love Food and the Environment, why not enrol in another short course in nutrition, wellness, business or natural health? Or you may want to explore a nutrition degree with the Endeavour College of Natural Health.