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Mark Bomford is the director of the Yale Sustainable Food Program. Prior to his arrival at YSFP, he was the founding director of the Centre for Sustainable Food Systems at the University of British Columbia, where he launched an interdisciplinary program and a thriving 60-acre teaching and research farm on campus. In this interview, Bomford discusses the history of the Yale Sustainable Food Project and its transformation into a university program; James C. Scott and YSFP; the interaction and collaboration between the Agrarian Studies Program and YSFP; and the importance of Agrarian Studies in the discussion of food politics on campus.

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