Triton College Now Enrolling for Online Sustainable Food Production Courses




Four online Sustainable Agriculture Technology (SAT) courses will be offered this spring semester through Triton College, beginning January 20. Sustainable food production certification comprises five courses and 13 credits. Students never have to travel to campus for the Sustainable Food Production Certificate and can complete the coursework from the comfort of home.

Classes include Principles of Agroecology, Urban Agriculture Issues, Sustainable Plant Production for Human Nutrition, Designing Food Production Systems in Urban Landscaping and Managing Food Production Systems in Urban Landscapes.


In-district tuition is in effect, regardless of residency, of $108 per credit hour. Register at Triton.edu/NewsAndEvents_detail.aspx?id#359. For more information, call Ben Newton, TAA grant coordinator, at 708-779-4943 or email BenjaminNewton@Triton.edu.

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