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A 200-gallon system enables the University of Montana to grow leafy greens and raise fish on campus.
10-22-2014 Ideas and Innovation
Woodruff Dining Hall at the Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech), in Atlanta, underwent a culinary renovation this fall. Dining at the hall, known affectionately as Woody’s, is now...
09-30-2014 Ideas and Innovation
Through a partnership with the national program Bicycle Benefits, campus bicycle riders at the University of Washington, in Seattle, can get 10% off their purchases at two campus foodservice...
09-25-2014 Ideas and Innovation
Oklahoma-based food producers are one of the highlights each month at Oklahoma State University, in Stillwater. Through the Made in Oklahoma program, Oklahoma vendors are invited to campus each month...
09-16-2014 Ideas and Innovation
The three-year-old facility, part of the St. Luke University Health Network, is getting as much as 80% of the produce its foodservice department uses from its own backyard.
09-01-2014 Ideas and Innovation
Even the governor of the state of Virginia is impressed. Due to its continued commitment to sustainability and implementations of environmental initiatives, the dining services program at Virginia...
06-25-2014 Ideas and Innovation
Four hundred sixty-one colleges and universities across the United States participated in the 14th annual RecycleMania tournament.
06-17-2014 Ideas and Innovation
At the start of the spring semester, polystyrene foam was banned from all Duke University dining locations. Sustainability is a high priority at the Durham, N.C., campus—the university has been...
06-04-2014 Ideas and Innovation
In late April, the University of Maryland (UMD) dining services team, in College Park, launched the Terp Farm, the university’s new sustainable vegetable farm.
04-30-2014 Ideas and Innovation
This fall, the pizza and marinara sauce at the Cortland campus of The State University of New York (SUNY) may taste a bit more like home than usual.
Tennessee has passed a bill opponents are calling ‘starve the children’, which allows school boards to opt out of the National Food Lunch Program without penalty from the state.
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A former cafeteria worker at Keystone Oaks School District in Pittsburgh, Penn., could serve up to one year in jail after pleading guilty to stealing more than $90,000 from students’ meal accounts.
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Mary Arlinda Hill continually aims to improve both Jackson Public Schools and her community.
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