In the United States, 40 percent of the food we produce isn’t eaten. Ben Hartman is trying to put a dent in that figure.
Ben Hartman ’01, author of “The Lean Farm,” has begun giving lectures on his techniques and is developing a following among small farmers.
The Elkhart County Food Council hopes to continue the conversation on food access, education and production.
Reena Ramos ’18 worked as a land management intern for ACRES Land Trust, working with a botanist to inventory plants in Spring Lake woods and bog near Ft. Wayne, Indiana.
A group of 45 students from four colleges gathered Feb. 18-19 at Merry Lea Environmental Learning Center of Goshen College for the fourth annual Sustainability Summit.
In early January, John and Ruth Mischler joined the Merry Lea Team.
The Hmong American Farmers Association named Matius (Mat) Krisetya ’93 as the the inaugural Director of Operations. Krisetya has more than 20 years of experience in international nonprofit management and has worked in various countries around the world including Indonesia, the Philippines and Jamaica.
Building on its academic distinctives, Goshen College faculty and administration recently approved 12 new undergraduate academic programs of study, including six majors, three minors, two concentrations and an education licensure add-on program, across five areas of study. The new opportunities will be offered beginning in the fall of 2017.
Mikhail Fernandes ’16 and other young adults address issues every June when they attend Global Anabaptist Peacebuilders (GAP) Institute, which is sponsored by West Coast Mennonite Central Committee (MCC).
Jason Kauffman ’04, director of Archives and Records Management for Mennonite Church USA, explores how Mennonites have approached environmental thinking over the years.