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Steve G Hallett

Horticulture and Landscape Architecture 

  • Professor of Horticulture
HORT Room 214A
625 Agriculture Mall Dr
West Lafayette, IN 47907

 General Information

Steve is faculty mentor to the Sustainable Food and Farming Systems (SFS) degree program and teaches, co-teaches, or coordinates a number of SFS courses:
SFS 210. Small Farm Experience I
SFS 211. Small Farm Experience II
SFS 302. Principle of Sustainability
SFS 313. Farm-to-Fork
SFS 316. Principles of Permaculture
SFS 411. Structural Racism in US Agriculture
SFS 412. The Cultures & Agricultures of the United States
SFS 413. Colonialism, Globalization, & Food Justice
SFS 485. Environmental Communication

Steve is co-director of the Purdue Student Farm (Petrus Langenhoven co-director; Chris Adair, farm manager). The student farm is a 3.5-acre operating vegetable farm in the north side of campus. The main purpose of the farm is to provide a world class venue for hands-on undergraduate education in small farm sustainability and horticulture. The farm also serves as a venue for on-farm research and outreach programs for small farmers. 

Steve is interested in the use of poetry and book-length fiction and nonfiction in environmental communication, particularly in subjects related to global change and sustainable agriculture. 

Horticulture & Landscape Architecture, 625 Agriculture Mall Drive, West Lafayette, IN 47907-2010 USA, (765) 494-1300

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