CAFNR students learn to grow produce at Bradford Research Center
May 11, 2012
In order to produce great food in the future, the next generation of farmers has to be trained properly. This story focuses on a CAFNR program that does just that.
From CAFNR News
The last few weeks of a semester are often a scramble for students, revising and presenting semester projects and papers, studying for exams and searching for internship and job opportunities. In addition to managing their academic responsibilities and considering career choices, several CAFNR students spent those weeks cultivating, harvesting and delivering fresh vegetables to MU’s campus.
They’re members of Tigers for Community Agriculture (TCA), a student project that partners with Bradford Research Center to grow produce for campus food providers. More…