The LL.M. Program in Agricultural and Food Law is committed to serving the community from farm to fork. Our service reaches local residents, tribal governments, and national policy.
The Indigenous Food and Agriculture Initiative
The Food Recovery Project
The Food Recovery Project is designed to provide resources and legal information that will encourage and support businesses in developing and implementing food recovery programs.
The LL.M. Program is a national leader in the growing field of urban agriculture. The Program was a lead partner in Fayetteville 2030: Food City Scenario, which speculates on what Fayetteville, Ark., would look like if its growth integrated local urban food production substantial enough to create self-sufficiency.