From purple coleslaw to crabapples, farm-to-school efforts harvest benefits for all.
Sustainability is not a single metric, but rather a set of attitudes, practices and systems that reduce the environmental burden and waste from a system. The recent Minnesota Nutrition Conference focused on opportunities and challenges associated with improving the sustainability of livestock operations.
As an Extension horticulture intern, Noah Burley bridged two pieces of his heart: U.S. military veterans and plants.
While bees, wasps and hornets each have their own important role and place within the ecosystem, native bees are especially important for pollination services that provide much of our food, food for wildlife, and beauty in the landscape.
The awards were presented Oct. 4-5 by Extension Dean Bev Durgan.
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