By Sydney Hubbard
During the summer of 2017, Kayla Bellman was working with Habitat for Humanity delivering latrines, smokeless stoves, and water filters to families living in extreme poverty in a remote region of Guatemala. This particular region, along with many other rural, agrarian areas of…
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The program will provide an overview and what to do about the 4 basic pests in the garden or on the farm: sucking pests, chewing pests, boring pests, and human pests. Join farmer, trainer, soil alchemist, and worm whisperer Maurice Small as he digs deep on pest control and integrated pest management.
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In this YayFinder session, meet the founder of WUNDERgrubs, a company created to reduce food insecurity around the world, with less global warming impact and animal cruelty than typical sources of protein (like cows, pigs & chickens). WUNDERgrubs provides protein flour made from insects!
https://scienceatl.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/07/ASF2018-0459-scaled.jpg17072560Anna Laura McGranahanhttps://scienceatl.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/08/logo-science-atlanta.pngAnna Laura McGranahan2021-07-13 22:00:002021-07-02 09:38:18Feeding Millions Through Edible Insect Flour