A sustainability story of a different sort is unfolding on the campus of The University of the South, familiarly known as Sewanee, deep in the heart of Tennessee. There, the board of regents of this 153 year-old college made a long-considered decision to end nearly 50 years of contracted dining services operation one year ago. In the 12 months since, it has converted foodservices back to self-operation and sought in the process to achieve a unique and cooperative relationship with its ...

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