Fujimoto, Isao. Papers

Collection Number: D-601

Correspondence, journals, and publications related to alternative technology, development of the Northern California food movement, and community and rural development.

85 linear feet


Isao Fujimoto (1933-) is Senior Lecturer Emeritus of Asian American Studies and the UC Davis Graduate Program in Community Development. He joined UC Davis in 1967 as a founding member of the community development program and later founded the Asian-American Studies program. Fujimoto's many contributions to the Davis community include his work with the Davis Farmer's Market and the Davis Food Co-op, and development of the Alternative Agricultural Resources Project.

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Ethnic Studies

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Finding Aid on the Online Archive of California


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