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Biology, Civil Engineering & Design Convene Around the Carrot

"For nearly 15 years, University of Utah students have transformed two patches of their campus from sprawling green lawns into productive vegetable gardens..." according to a paper in

Flowers get space in the garden too, to promote pollination--and beauty.

Food For Thought–Edible Campus Gardens Might Be More Important Than You Think

The most beautiful place on the campus of the University of Utah is relatively unknown. Hidden behind a peeling edifice, the back of an old theater and a

Alecs Barton, the garden composting intern, mixes organic materials to the proper carbon-nitrogen balance. (Photo by Ross Chambless)

Composting the U

The University of Utah has resolved to reduce almost 50 percent of its overall waste – as stated by the 2010 Climate Action Plan.  This is a pretty

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It’s been a good run all, but RedThread is ready for retirement. We’re consolidating with FYI, our faculty and staff newsletter, to create a comprehensive, campus-wide online publication dubbed @TheU, where you can find information for all of the …

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