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How a New Grain Could Help Combat Climate Change

Scientists in Minnesota and Kansas are developing a grain called Kernza, which, unlike most of…

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Local Water Quality Protection Efforts Attract Attention

Laura DeBeer found herself doing some unusual but welcome things during mid-October. First, the Minnesota…

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Wheatgrass helping to keep Chatfield’s water clean

City officials are finding that perennial crop cover wheatgrass may just be the way to…

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Innovative crop researcher captures sustainability award

From the Government of Manitoba news release: 2018 Manitoba Excellence in Sustainability Award – Innovation and…

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Intermediate Wheatgrass Studied at Kellogg Farm

Intermediate wheatgrass (Thinopyrum Intermedium) is a perennial cool-season grass that was introduced to the United…

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Big ideas and the harsh deadline of climate change

SALINA, Kan. — Bill  McKibben didn’t always make a habit of getting arrested. He was…

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Kernza Has a Foot in the Door at Major Food Companies, and a Toehold in the MonDak, Too

There is just one food-grade Kernza line in the United States presently, and it just…

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Sustainability in the fields

Walking through an established field of mature plants, the perennial wheat grass Kernza® stands about…

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New Wheat Grass is Green in More Ways Than One

ST. PETER, Minn. (KEYC) — A new intermediate wheat grass, a first of its kind…

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Rena Detrixhe’s ‘Red Dirt Rug’ shares landscape of Oklahoma

Salina-based artist Rena Detrixhe spent Friday creating a “Red Dirt Rug” that embodies the history…

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9 Experts Predict What the Future of Food Will Look Like

EatingWell sat down with nine trend whisperers—from nutrition and agriculture experts to lab-grown-meat gurus and…

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Kernza showing potential to be a new star player in the MonDak

An ancient perennial cousin of wheat has so far shown it makes great beer and…

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