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Articles Tagged ‘ Campus Farm ’

April 19, 201112:32 am

Adjusted Campus Farm Bill Passes SGA

The Campus Farm currently leases a one-acre plot of land in Historic St. Mary's City that shows productivity throughout the entire year. (Photo Courtesy of Kate Chandler)

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In the last Student Government Association meeting, a bill to expand the funding of the Campus Farm and cover expenses for supplies and summer employment was approved, with changes and contingencies given the current economic difficulties of the SGA this semester. Co-written by sophomore SGA senator Alex Walls and sophomore senator Becky White, the bill brought to light the current funding situation of the Campus Farm, a quarter-acre of land in Historic St. Mary’s City officially established in Spring 2010 to grow a variety of vegetables to be sold to the College community.

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February 15, 201112:20 am

Alums Advise Prospective Farmers

Guy Kilpatric, ‘09, will begin his job as an Assistant Grower at Sunnyside Farm in Virginia this coming month and Meredith Epstein, ‘08, will be working towards a M.S. in Agriculture, Food & Environment at Tufts University next fall. (Photo by Ryan Gugerty)

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“Farmers should be respected just like doctors and lawyers,” said Meredith Epstein, ‘08, at a presentation she gave with fellow alum Guy Kilpatric, ‘09, on the successes both have found as part of a growing movement of young farmers in the United States.

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April 19, 201112:03 am

Campus Farm Not as Expensive as It May Seem

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As the student fee increase is being currently debated, one of the most talked about items that will be receiving the funding is the Campus Farm. While I understand why members of the SGA are emphasizing the importance of new additions to the overall budget as a way to justify the fee increase, I can’t help but feel that there is serious misrepresentation of how much money the Campus Farm receives from the SGA and how relevant the Campus Farm’s needs are to the current SGA budget conundrum.

November 16, 201012:12 am

Tips and Recipes for Local Eating

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Local food movements have been gaining power over the last few years. Books such as Barbara Kingsolver’s Animal, Vegetable, Miracle and Michael Pollan’s The Omnivore’s Dilemma both touted the benefits of eating local.

November 6, 20101:18 am

St. Mary’s Campus Farm Expanding to an Acre, Looks to Gain Revenue

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As a result of plans to expand the Campus Farms to a larger plot size, the Community Garden club has come up with several solutions of how to tend it, ranging from a farming internship to authorization to sell produce. In the coming months, Bon Appetit may begin regularly serving fruits and vegetables grown organically and farmed by the St. Mary’s student body.

September 1, 20109:08 am

Campus Farm Beats Back Heat Wave, Continues to Thrive

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Despite a difficult growing season, St. Mary’s campus farm has been thriving and producing more food than it can give away.

April 27, 201012:05 pm

Student Chronicles A Day in the Life of the Campus Farm

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Right off of Route 5, immediate South of Rosecroft Rd., lies a beige-brown house that is about as inconspicuous as one can imagine. Next to that house is a little plot of land that used to look just as unremarkable. Recently, however, it has experienced a transformation with the dedication and hard work of the […]