Introducing Center Staff–Education Coordinator

One of the longest standing members of the Center for Food and Culture staff is Melissa Hill. Melissa has worked with the Center since its beginnings and has been irreplaceable in developing the Center's website, its everyday operations, and its various projects. Starting as a research intern when she was an undergraduate at Bowling Green... Continue Reading →

Composting and Culture–Welcome to Spring!

Composting & Culture Composting is the process of turning discarded food and plants into something usable, “healthy dirt” that nourishes the soil for growing plants. It offers a way to recycle food rather than add to heaps of trash. Composting also offers connections—to the environment, the food system, our own food habits, the places we... Continue Reading →

Welcome

The Center for Food and Culture believes that Food Connects Us All, and that we need to nourish connections to and through food. We do that by: providing information and resources on all aspects of food on our website; developing educational materials and publications available through our website; conducting projects, workshops, and presentations about food. Several... Continue Reading →

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