Fall issue of Grow highlights craft cider, wildlife response to climate change, biochar and more

The fall issue of Grow magazine has arrived in mailboxes, and it’s also available online in multiple formats. Feature stories include the following:

  • COVER STORY: Craft Cider’s Comeback – UW’s Center for Integrated Agricultural Systems partners with local cider makers to support the state’s burgeoning craft cider industry. Read more.
  • Climate Change in Microcosm – Research in a state wildlife area is revealing how animals are struggling with and adapting to an environment in flux. Read more.
  • Controlled Burn – Thea Whitman digs into questions of soil, carbon and biochar that could determine the ultimate trajectory of climate change. Read more.

A wide range of other content includes vampire bats, disease- and drought-resistant soybean plants, using advanced imaging to better understand human muscles and muscle-wasting diseases, CALS alums making their mark as entrepreneurs, and more.

And don’t forget the Final Exam. Can you ace the test for a chance to win a box of cheese from Babcock Hall? Good luck!