Last week, the UW-Madison Office of Sustainability announced the winner of the first annual Climate Quest competition. The top prize went to a team known as MIGHTi, composed of UW–Madison graduate students Rachel Bergmans and Valerie Stull. The duo will receive support to research and pilot mealworm microlivestock farming as an inexpensive and environmentally sustainable food production system.
While officially a graduate student with the Nelson Institute, team member Stull also has some connections to CALS. Community and Environmental Sociology professor Michael Bell co-advises Stull (along with Johnathan Patz). In addition, this mealworm farming idea received financial support in the form of a mini-grant from the Center for Integrated Agricultural Systems in summer 2014.This entry was posted in Happenings by email@example.com. Bookmark the permalink.