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Food Sovereignty Collaboration Brings Ecuadorian Faculty to OHIO

R. Montúfar, T. Moran, M. Nally, D. Bikowski, & M. Ayala at the Community Food Initiatives’ Seed to Sustainability Workshop in Athens, January 2018

By Dawn Bikowski Director of the English Language Improvement Program How do the seed-saving practices in Southeast Ohio compare with the struggles and triumphs of food sovereignty in the Andes of Ecuador? Dr. Rommel Montúfar (Biological Sciences, Pontíficia Universidad Católica del Ecuador), and Michael Ayala (Agricultural Sciences, Universidad Central del […]

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February 21, 2018 at 10:22 amNews

Food Studies Featured in Two Magazine, Senior Capstone

Food Studies Featured in Two Magazine, Senior Capstone

The Food Studies theme has recently been featured in a few publications highlighting the great work being done by our faculty and students. Please check out the links below to read the story of the learning environment Food Studies is fostering around food, community, and hands-on learning: Ohio Today Magazine […]

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February 12, 2018 at 1:59 pmIn the News

OHIO’s Small Seed Project Blossoms into International Partnership

Ms. M. Teresa C. Cacuango, community member in Pichinga Province, Ecuador

By Dawn Bikowski Director of the English Language Improvement Program Ohio University faculty traveled to Ecuador in December as part of a research and community capacity-building project involving local agro-biodiversity and food sovereignty in two regions—Southeastern Ohio and the Andes outside of Quito. The project, “Facilitating & Sharing International Community-Based […]

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January 29, 2018 at 11:11 amNews Research

Food Studies | Final Harvest Takes Place Before Frost

From left, Jack Demain, Joy Kostansek, Dr. Art Trese, and Jules Collins with the final harvest for the fall 2017 Grover Market Sales.

The growing season has ended at the Plant Biology Learning Gardens due to a sharp decrease in overnight temperatures. The Food Studies theme final harvest featured a beautiful bounty of produce ranging from sweet potatoes to cucumbers and cauliflower. This season was full of many phenomenal opportunities for the garden, […]

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November 8, 2017 at 9:34 pmIn Class News

Notable Alumni | Plant Biology’s Research Career Started at OHIO

Dr. Ben Holt

Editor’s Note: The College of Arts & Sciences launches the Notable Alumni Awards, honoring 37 Notable Alumni in 2017 for broad accomplishments in their careers, a commitment to community service, and valuable contributions to Ohio University, the College of Arts & Sciences, and its students. Dr. Ben Holt, ’96M.S. Plant […]

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October 25, 2017 at 1:37 pmAlumni News

ELIP 1300 Harvests Ideas for Marketing Sustainable Food on Campus

Teammates Risa Shibayama, Austin Hopkins, Sydney Kovach, and Adam Razak check out the student garden area of OHIO’s Plant Biology Learning Gardens

By Dawn Bikowski What do students in the ELIP 1300 Business Relations and Communication Skills have to offer the local food movement or the Ohio University Food Studies theme? Can business students help identify new markets for produce grown at a magical place on campus with a bamboo forest and […]

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October 25, 2017 at 9:39 amIn Class News

Student-Grown Produce for Sale in Jefferson Marketplace

Food Studies veggies for sale at Jefferson Market

The Food Studies theme has joined forces with Ohio University Culinary Services to bring local food to more students on campus. Earlier this month, produce from the Plant Biology Learning Gardens hit the shelves of the beautiful Jefferson Marketplace, located within Jefferson Hall on East Green. Food Studies students will […]

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September 27, 2017 at 12:02 pmAnnouncements News