Monthly Archives: April 2015

Agriculture in the city context

This post is by John Pham, a senior Biology major at the University of St. Thomas As the populations grow and become more developed, people will tend to move close to urban environments bringing with it a myriad of issues … Continue reading

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Hot Outside? Plant some Bean Seeds!

The author of this post is Michael Chmielewski, a junior Biology major at the University of St. Thomas. When I was in grade school, I remember growing beans in small amounts of soil contained in Dixie cups. Add the right amount of … Continue reading

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Recycling water through greywater systems

The author of this post is Angela Tipp, a senior Biology major at the University of St. Thomas. Currently irrigated agriculture around the world is estimated at using 70% of the worlds freshwater, however, with the growing population, food yields will have … Continue reading

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