Food system, public health are focus of Lillian Fountain Smith conference May 15-16

Interested in how food production methods influence the quality and safety of our food supply?

Curious which community activities and policies compromise urban food system development?

Poster show at conference

Do you understand the unique roles of individuals, organizations and public policy in outcomes affecting the food system, public health and the economy?

Would you like to learn how to design community interventions that improve food security and diet quality?

If you said yes to any of these, consider attending this year’s Lillian Fountain Smith Nutrition Conference, being held on the CSU campus May 15-16. It will feature nine nationally renowned speakers addressing the topic, “The Food System: Novel Approaches to its Application for Public Health.”

The details

Register now for the 2018 Lillian Fountain Smith Nutrition Conference, The Food System: Novel Approaches to its Application for Public Health, being held in CSU’s Lory Student Center May 15-16.

Colorado State University’s 38th Lillian Fountain Smith Nutrition Conference gives attendees the opportunity to explore ways the food system impacts public health. It is designed to provide participants with the most current, objective and authoritative information available in selected areas of human nutrition.

The Lillian Fountain Smith Nutrition conference, sponsored by the Department of Food Science and Human Nutrition, offers a wealth of nutrition and health information and resources, presented by speakers invited to participate based on their nationally recognized contributions to nutrition research or practice.

See the conference program, learn about the 2018 speakers, and register at http://www.fshn.chhs.colostate.edu/outreach/lfs/

CSU University Communications Staff