Fish Friendly Farming: Water, Wine, and Fish - Sustainable Agriculture for a Thirsty World

by Toby Stuart and Chris Anderson

Fish Friendly Farming: Water, Wine, and Fish - Sustainable Agriculture for a Thirsty World
This case study focuses on Fish Friendly Farming, part of a nonprofit organization, the California Land Stewardship Institute. The FFF program is an example of an innovative model for cooperative public-private environmental collaboration and stewardship. The case provides a history of FFF and its ability to create networks and collaborations between parties that typically are challenged when working together in order to solve sustainability issues related to the land and farming. The case study also focuses on growing the organization.

Learning Objectives

To teach students about the challenges of sustainability and the approach of one nonprofit organization that has been successful in creating cooperation and collaboration.

Details

Pub Date: Feb 10, 2015

Discipline: Entrepreneurship

Subjects: Entrepreneurship, Innovation, Corporate strategy, Crowdsourcing

Product #: B5826-PDF-ENG

Industry: Aerospace

Geography: United States, California

Length: 21 page(s)


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