Producing Profits


MANHATTAN, Kan. – Learning about sustainable farming practices is no longer limited to the classroom. At K-State’s Willow Lake Student Farm, students receive a hands-on education in growing sustainable produce.

Now in it’s third year, the Willow Lake Student Farm is located at the Forestry Research Farm near Tuttle Creek Dam. The horticulture, forestry and recreation resources department provided two acres adjacent to Willow Lake for the student farm. The department provides the students with access to their equipment and water resources. Continue reading “Producing Profits”

The War on Biotechnology

MANHATTAN, Kan. – A Kansas State University expert in bovine health declared war on world hunger in his speech Tuesday night on the K-State campus.

Dan Upson, a K-State professor in veterinary medicine and expert in bovine health, said that livestock production and consumption is a key ingredient in the fight against global hunger. Continue reading “The War on Biotechnology”