Students in the rural Midwest were “reskilled” and reconnected to their food through their school garden.
Event attractions ranged from a corn maze to a high tech drone and offered entertaining ways to learn about the many facets of agriculture.
Junior Jillian Klein and Clydesdale Fred won a national title in Clydesdale Western Pleasure Riding.
Investment in Missouri Agricultural Experiment Station highlights cutting edge MU agricultural program
Record-setting investment in Missouri Agricultural Experiment Station will help update and upgrade centers doing cutting edge research.
Despite having less going on than the fall and spring terms, summer was a busy time at MU.
The study showed that park visitors know little about climate change, but that they want to know more.
10th annual Agroforestry Symposium solidifies the relationship between research innovation, entrepreneurship
The symposium is set to feature a variety of speakers from distinguished researchers to experienced professionals and agencies within the industry.
Approximately 14,000 people attended the event this year.
The fund will cover 25 percent of the annual tuition costs each year for eight Missouri residents; when fully endowed, it will amount to approximately 30 annual scholarships.
The program looks forward to the future of food science in nutrition, preservation and modern technology.
Provost Garnett Stokes: “I have every confidence that he will work effectively with CAFNR’s internal and external constituents and with my office as well.”
Evans: “Competitiveness isn’t a set parameter. When you’re in a business, things are always changing. When another factor gets added in you can be competitive and it keeps you from being complacent.”
Turner: “We worked from six in the morning till two or three in the morning. You get two or three hours of sleep, and you go back at it.”
“The future of American farming is going to be multi-faceted,” farmer DeGrandchamp said. “Growers today have to be skilled in engineering, law, HR, small-town politics and now flying robots.”
The cardboard boat race, taking place April 25, will raise money and collect food for the fourth year in a row.
Currently, the closest two radars are in St. Louis and Kansas City.
The FAA cannot regulate the use drones of indoors.
MOVE columnist MacKenzie Reagan on Columbia’s crazy climate
For many Ghanaian farmers, growing enough crops to feed their families is an immense challenge.
The meeting featured presentations on global efforts to combat food insecurity.