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  • Posted on March 9, 2023
    Full Plates for Food Justice

      Gwen Kelley BS’22 learned to cook by her mother’s side, amid the scents and seasonings of Thai curries, vegetable lasagna, and spanakopita. Those experiences […]

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    Native Knowledge Revitalized

      On a frigid February afternoon, around 60 UW students gather near Dejope Residence Hall on the west end of campus. Their modern gear protects […]

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    A Win-Win-Win in Hawaii

      Carefully placed no-fishing zones can help fish populations thrive. And these zones, despite restricting where fishing is allowed, can help the fishing industry prosper […]

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    Farmers Markets as Community Builders

      It’s a Saturday morning at the farmers market. You check in with the grower at your favorite tomato stand, stop to enjoy the folk […]

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    Food Flaw Fighters

      In The Promise of Safe Food for Billions (Grow, Fall 2021), Jori Skalitzky BS’22 highlighted a new food safety product called D-Tox, which was […]

  • Posted on October 18, 2022
    Beyond Cold-Hardiness Research

      Over the past two years, research has been gearing up at the Wisconsin Cranberry Research Station. And more is yet to come. Here are […]

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    Six Facts about Antioxidants You Won’t Learn from Advertising

      It’s hard to walk through the grocery store without encountering at least one product that touts the health benefits of antioxidants. Marketed as the […]

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    Run, Research, Repeat — Until There’s Food for All

      Elias Kemna BSx’23 is on track in his college career, and in more ways than one. First, he’s a member of the Wisconsin Track […]

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    Renewable Fuel Policy Refresh?

      Reducing greenhouse gas emissions is a critical step in mitigating climate change. One way to do this is to expand renewable fuels, which can […]

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    Sweet Solution

      Greek yogurt is a relatively recent food fad in the U.S. But its unique taste and thick texture appeal to many, and it accounted […]

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    Americans Put Carbon on a Diet

      Every choice we make as consumers has a climate impact. It’s often measured in terms of a “carbon footprint” — that is, the amount […]

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    Craft Cider Resurgence Resumes

      In Craft Cider’s Comeback (Grow, Fall 2018), Nicole Miller MS’06 introduced Brix Cider owners Marie MS’10 and Matt MS’10 Raboin at an apple grafting […]