An A-minus on a class project led to recognition by the Department of Applied Economics for their contributions to agriculture on October 5 for Matt and Mike Boerboom (B.S. '07 and '11, Agricultural & Food Business Management). Read how their farm grew.
The Fall 2018 issue of the Minnesota Applied Economist is now available on our website. Read more about the first donors to fully endow the Land Grant Legacy Scholarship, our upcoming alumni award event and much more!
What's in YOUR garbage? Applied Economics grad student Vanee Dusoruth is conducting a research study examining food-waste habits of more than 120 Maplewood households. Read more about her research and the implications of food-waste.
Professor Bill Gartner and ApEc grad student Elliot Charette conduct a market feasibility study on Minnesota's state bird, the Common Loon, in efforts to support the National Loon Center being built in Crosslake, MN. "I cannot believe here in Minnesota, with our state bird being the common loon, we don't have anything like this already," says Dr. Gartner.
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