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One Fish, Two Fish, Grow Fish

Contributed by Bill Walton, Associate Professor in the School of Fisheries, Aquaculture & Aquatic Sciences and Extension Specialist with Alabama Cooperative Extension System When we think of the oceans and sustainability, we often think of what we harvest from the seas. Thinking about harvest, there are now clear patterns emerging…
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April 12, 2019
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Small Beginnings

Post contributed by Jonathan Lillebo, Graduate Student in Adult Education, Bachelor of Science in Horticulture ‘18, President, Organic Garden Club ’16-‘18 You are strolling through the market and as you pass the flower and plant section, you spot a sweet little row of succulents and decide you are going to go for it and…
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September 5, 2018
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Auburn City Farmer’s Market Kicks Off This Month!

Fall will be here soon, alongside lower temperatures and thoughts of the outdoors. Football, camping, the changing color of leaves, and fresh produce all come to mind as essential elements of fall. Where better to get fresh produce than a farmer’s market? So grab your reusable shopping bags and get…
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September 1, 2018
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Tailgating with a Purpose

Post contributed by Onikia Brown, Assistant Professor and Extension Specialist, Alabama Cooperative Extension Program Alabama Cooperative Extension Program “Hut 1, hut 2, hut 3…HIKE!” We play, we watch, we eat…..FOOTBALL! During football season, many of us spend 2-5 days watching football. Here is the football schedule for our favorite players…
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October 24, 2017
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Going Beyond the Meal to Break the Cycle

Post contributed by Kenzley Defler, Office of Sustainability Intern “Food alone will never end hunger.” These words spoken by Mike Curtin, Chief Operating Officer of DC Central Kitchen and Alex Moore, Chief Development Officer of The Campus Kitchens Project, resonated with me over the three-day Boot Camp I attended in…
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August 15, 2017
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Sustainability in Action: Jonathan Lillebo

Post contributed by Kenzley Defler, Office of Sustainability Intern A little more than a year ago, a student group focused on organic gardening at Auburn was nonexistent. However, now the established Organic Garden Club meets regularly at the Community Garden to prepare, plant, grow, and harvest a variety of crops.…
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August 8, 2017