CELEBRATE “Peace Corps and Africa: Fifty Years,” to be held on the UW-Madison campus March 24-26. The event brings together former volunteers, musicians, artists, storytellers, and Peace Corps founders and leaders to celebrate and debate the legacy of the Peace Corps in Africa and beyond. To register, visit: africa.wisc.edu/peacecorps. NOMINATE candidates for three honors bestowed [...]
Posts Tagged ‘Horticulture’
Using an African grain to build community, economy in Sub-Sahara region.
Horticulture students get a lesson in career climbing.
Growing green mangos for green-minded tourists.
How to get the colors of the rainbow and beta-carotene all in one.
Researchers come together over tomatoes.
Beets, so much more than your grandmother's root vegetable.
UW Students get involved in local organic agriculture.
At Allen Centennial Gardens, director Ed Lyon is rejuvenating the landscape with new plants-and a new idea about how gardens fit into our busy lives.
Professor of Horticulture
Breeders are helping Senegalese farmers produce more pink.