Shannon McCabe has spent the summer working on a fellowship program that redirects surplus farm produce to food pantries.
History and Environmental Studies professor Connie Chiang picks a book to talk about: “Meet Joe Copper,” which looks at the lives of miners in Montana during World War II
Seniors are not the only ones stressed about what happens after Bowdoin. While breaking the Bowdoin bubble can be scary, hundreds of graduates have gone before you to light the way. Here is a sampling of careers that graduates of Bowdoin’s Environmental Studies program have pursued.
Barton Seaver, Director of Sustainable Seafood and Health Initiative at the Harvard School of Public Health will talk during the Maine Innovation Challenge this Sunday. A recording of this talk will be posted on this story.
Local food production is flourishing in Maine. Mainers, particularly young Mainers are starting farms in record numbers. Chefs are developing creative uses of under-utilized fish species and some are raising fish and greens together in closed loop systems.