The College Farm's biogas project is in the home stretch! Learn the latest developments—and how word is already getting out about this revolutionary waste-to-energy program.
Inspiration was on the menu during this recent College Farm-themed John Dickinson Society event.
What’s the secret to an amazing Dickinson video? Ask Joe O’Neill, who earned his 10th Emmy for a video about an exciting College Farm project.
The College Farm’s innovative anaerobic digester project has been recognized with a Leadership Award from the nonprofit Energy Vision.
The new grant will allow the farm to expand its biodigester operations, positioning it as the only college farm in the Northeast to be a net exporter of energy.
The College Farm's new anaerobic digester is one of 23 grant-winning projects that address food waste prevention, reduction and recovery.
Meet Christian Gonzalez '24, a computer science major who interned with the College Farm to help develop a website that helps farms earn organic certification.
The new funding allows the project to proceed to phase two, which includes architectural rendering of the physical space.
"I'm so grateful for the support system and community I've gained here," says Prerana Patil '24, a double major in environmental science and chemistry, who did biogas research at the College Farm.
Dickinson College Farm Works reopens Monday, Aug. 29, once again bringing farm-fresh fare to downtown Carlisle! Plus, mark your calendar for a reopening celebration on Friday, Sept. 23.
Maeve Thistel ’24, an avid runner and anthropology major, has researched food insecurity and dietary diversity and plans a career in nutrition and integrative health.
Learn how Dickinson's College Farm is turning waste from a local brewer into biogas to power its operations and those of a neighboring farm.
In this podcast, we visit Dickinson College Farm Works, a new store that brings education, entrepreneurship and farm-to-table food from the College Farm directly to downtown Carlisle.
The new Farm Works store brings the College Farm into downtown Carlisle.
Large grants fund new College Farm project that looks to transform the way midsize farms manage waste—and turn it into an energy source.
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