UW-Madison Campus

UW now able to sell land for research, improves Madison’s economy

UW Board of Regents reach agreement with University Research Park

Science News

New app helps farmers, researchers track bee populations

The WiBee app allows for new data on pollination and conservation to be collected

State of Wisconsin

Legalizing marijuana could alleviate financial struggles for farmers, along with new proposed aid packages

'Let’s keep feeding people while we can,' Hunger Task Force Executive Director says

Column

Gov. Tony Evers invests $43 million in rural development, to aid contemporary economic depression

Trump did not fulfill his promise to help American farmers through trade war policies, now it's up to Wisconsinites to help farmers in these challenging times

Features

One Tomato at a Time: Local efforts work to reconnect Black growers with the land

Urban farming creates agricultural opportunities for Black communities, youth

UW-Madison Campus

F.H. King continues sustainable produce handouts despite pandemic

Student organization uses eco-friendly model to distribute fresh farm-to-table goods for UW students

Features

Farm to Table: In America’s Dairyland, UW students with farming backgrounds note campus disconnect

When it comes to food, farming, cross sections, many students remain unaware

City of Madison

Semester that was: News’ biggest stories

From campus, city, state, here are biggest headlines from Spring 2020

UW-Madison Campus

UW researchers receive grant, pioneer research on cranberry genomes

$6.4 million USDA grant with matching funds, innovative genetic research, aid farmers in creating better quality products

Herald

Berkely professor discusses research into food sustainability

Habu said intensified homogeneous agriculture may make society less resilient

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