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Alumni News | Food Studies Student Reunion at Lecture with Alum

Dr. Mac Burgess

Ohio University alum Dr. Mac Burgess, spoke on campus Nov. 30 about “Experiential Learning in the Sustainable Food and Bioenergy Systems Program at Montana State University.” Burgess, who earned an M.S. in Environmental Studies from the College of Arts & Sciences Ohio University in 2006, is Assistant Professor of Plant Sciences & Plant Pathology […]

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December 3, 2018 at 1:52 pmAlumni

Food Matters Visits Green Edge Gardens

Food Matters students at Green Edge Gardens

Food Matters Club ventured out to Green Edge Gardens on a late Friday afternoon to tour the beautiful 120-acre farm and learn about its operations. Green Edge Gardens, located in Amesville, Ohio, is a certified organic vegetable farm which specializes in producing year round micro-greens, mushrooms, and salad mix as well as […]

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February 17, 2018 at 10:03 amNews

Food Studies Featured in OHIO Today Magazine

Food Studies Featured in OHIO Today Magazine

The Food Studies theme had the honor of being featured in the Winter 2018 issue of the OHIO Today alumni magazine. The article features interviews with Food Studies core faculty, including director Dr. Theresa Moran, and students such as Jack Demain and Joy Kostansek. The author, Mary Reed, has painted […]

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February 5, 2018 at 8:28 pmNews

Food Matters Hosts Visiting Speakers, Alum from Alaska

Laura and Jimmie Hendricks

Food Matters, the student organization affiliated with the Food Studies theme, hosted guest speakers Laura and Jimmie Hendricks from Denali, Ala, on Nov. 27. Laura Hendricks, an Ohio University alumni, and her husband, Jimmie, own an off-the grid sustainable farm where they spend half the year growing produce for their […]

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November 28, 2017 at 4:37 pmAlumni News

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