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Waste Not: Student Aims to Get More Out of Manure

Working on a novel solution to soil nutrient deficiency problems plaguing Kenyan farmers: pyrolyzed poop...

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Study: Food Hubs' Support for Local Economy is Mixed

Researchers found that medium-scale farms benefited the most from the services that food hubs provided...

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Big Apple's Only Hydroponic Student Lab Showcased

The labs work to sustainably raise more than 10,000 tilapia and other fish species in Hell’s Kitchen...

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Much of Composted Materials Rejected Due to Poor Sorting

Approximately 50% of composting from Cornell retail dining and events is rejected due to poor end user sorting...

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Dining Scraps Could Power Sewage Plant

Over time the process is environmentally beneficial to the facility and community and has the potential to be economically feasible as well...

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U.N. Report Sounds Alarm on Farming Land-use Crisis

Professor Howarth Paper on Assessing Global Land Use: Balancing Consumption With Sustainable Supply...

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Engineer Designs Digital Solution for Pesticide Drift

Controlling where pesticide droplets land allows for safer use of pesticides...

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DELLAs Bolster Symbiosis in Green Revolution Crops

Plant protein called DELLA may lead to reducing phosphorus-fertilizer applications on farms and better plant growth in poor soil...

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New Project Will Preserve Cow Diversity for Future

A new $500,000 U.S. Department of Agriculture grant is funding research on a new, stem cell-based system that could capture global herd diversity in a subzero vault...

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APPLY to the 2014 Farmers Market at Cornell Eboard!

Interested in getting more involved with the Farmers' Market at Cornell?