The Harvest Festival will include workshops on herbalism and food justice, a meal harvested and cooked at the Farm, children's activities, live music from local artists, and excellent company! Come celebrate the earth's bounty with us.
Join us as we honor Aileen Suzara and celebrate the potential of scholarship to transform the world and of activism to transform the academy. Keynote: “Trace: Memory, History, Race, and the American Landscape” by Lauret Savoy.
Biologically diversified farming systems (DFS) are thought to generate important ecosystem services that provide critical inputs to farm productivity as well as clean water, clean air, and beautiful landscapes that promote human health and well-...
The Wolfe Lab uses tractable microbial communities from food systems to study the ecological and evolutionary forces that shape microbial diversity. They also use food as a tool for improving microbial literacy through teaching and outreach.