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Aug. 17, 2017
Make water work: Pair aquaponics produce with education
We partnered with a student group interested in aquaponics to build a recirculating fish tank and lettuce growing operation in our Oval Dining Center.
Aug. 8, 2017
Michigan Dining goes hyperlocal with student-grown produce
A partnership with UM's on-campus farm aims to aid the university’s sustainable sourcing goals...
June 17, 2017
Save trees, go paperless
Dartmouth College is going paperless with our menus and reporting, meaning no more heavy books. The college installed 10 touchscreen monitors in various locations
May 24, 2017
University’s shipping container farm to supply produce to dining halls
From its 320-square-foot container, the farm will provide wasabi arugula, basil and kale.
May 15, 2017
Use chalkboards to communicate with guests
North Carolina State University highlights local products on a large chalkboard in its dining halls, and also lists any produce brought in from its agroecology farm.
May 15, 2017
Let diners contribute with on-site gardens
The Mather has raised garden beds that residents can reserve and use to grow their own plants.
April 14, 2017
College dropping paper cups in dining commons
The school offered free smoothies to promote its new reusable mugs for students.
March 3, 2017
University sees drop in food waste, purchasing costs
The school credited its switch to anytime dining and stepped-up composting efforts with causing the declines.
March 1, 2017
College hosts science-inspired food event
Dining services partnered with the science school to serve a “biologically diverse” menu with such items as cheddar insect larvae.
Feb. 14, 2017
University uses weights to scale back on food waste
The interactive program aimed to show students how much food gets thrown away in dining halls.
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