Eating locally grown produce can help reduce the impact on the environment, and it also benefits our local economy and our health. Follow these tips to green your food's journey from seed, to serve, to soil.
Sustainability at the University of Virginia calls for collaboration and ingenuity to promote the well-being of the community, solve local and global challenges through scholarship and practice, educate ethical leaders and steward this special place.
According to new research from University of Virginia economist Federico Ciliberto, widespread adoption of genetically modified crops has decreased the use of insecticides, but increased the use of weed-killing herbicides as weeds become more resistant.
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