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The Harvester
The Crop Science Newsletter - new Summer 2016

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Graduate Student Spotlight


Liz Gillispie

Protecting drinking water in Cambodia

“By understanding the chemistry of sediment I want to be able to create a conceptual and quantitative model that can be used as a guideline for if and when arsenic might pollute an aquifer.” 

WSSNC

Student farmers turn dining hall into classroom

NC State’s Agroecology Education Farm is a double-impact instructional tool: The six-acre site gives practical experience to students taking agroecology-related courses or volunteering as a service project. And the abundance of produce it provides the dining services system each year - 3,222 pounds in 2015 - reminds students across campus to think about where their food comes from and how it is produced.