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Panelists Address Cornell's Role in Reducing Poverty

Six alumni and faculty offered an overview of Cornell’s contributions to poverty and development economics in a Charter Day Weekend panel April 25 on campus...

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Course: Permaculture Design Certification HORT 3330 Offered in Fall 2015!

Permaculture is an approach to land use that meets human needs, increases ecosystem health, and addresses local inequalities...

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Farmers’ Market at Cornell Reopens After Winter Hiatus

Despite the gray weather, the Farmers’ Market at Cornell returned to the Agriculture Quad to begin its fifth year of operation Thursday...

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Community Supported Agriculture

Starting this season, you can order locally grown vegetables, fruits and other food items and pick them up at Cornell...

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Project Aims to Grow Local Farms, Shrink Childhood Obesity

Cornell nutritional scientists plan to test a recipe to lower childhood obesity...

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Climate Madness: A Cornell Scientist Talks Climate Change, Sustainability and Florida Leaders’ Feigned Ignorance

Even as sea levels rise and increasingly erratic weather patterns threaten Florida’s food producers, top state officials seem hell-bent on ignoring the phenomenon, if not denying it altogether...

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System of Rice Intensification Earns Food Security Prize

An agro-ecological method of growing rice that enhances crop yields and is resilient to the adverse effects of climate change...

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Viticulture Journal Toasts Vineyard Protection Research

Three Cornellians have earned 2015 scientific paper of the year honors from the American Society for Enology and Viticulture...

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Space-Age Technology points African Herders in Right Direction

Technology helps rural herders in Kenya deal with drought, climate change, civil unrest and land-use pressures...

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Cornell Students Create Insect-Based Tofu

A team of Cornell students developed “C-fu” — a tofu substitute made from one hundred percent mealworm meat...