Farmland prices appear to be entering an economic bubble that could end in a rapid price decline as happened in the 1980s.
Breimyer Seminar looks at possible farmland price bubble
CAFNR and Top Chef Alum Brings Her "Farm-to-Table" Cooking Style to Gala
On her fourth birthday, Heather Terhune told her parents she wanted to be a chef. And, judging by the dinner she requested that night, before even starting kindergarten – artichokes and spareribs – they couldn’t have been too surprised that she never wavered from that dream. “I never changed my mind,” she said. Although she [...]
Using Art for Education
Lee Ann Woolery wants to expand how people see art. As the Community Arts Specialist for Community Development Extension – a new position within CAFNR – she sees creativity and innovation as the very foundation of art. In fact, Woolery has used the arts to teach science, for example, for many years. “I've always been an [...]
CARES project creates a network for community engagement
Combing public information with advanced technology, CARES created a powerful tool for community engagement and action to address the nation's obesity epidemic.
CAFNR faculty know how to respond when a reporter from a traditional media outlet like the New York Times or CNBC call. What do you do when you get a request from something called Deadspin? And what do you say when the writer wants to know if you can eat a 20-year-old chocolate bar? Ingolf [...]