Can a simple high-tech tool for farmers boost crop yields in developing countries?
In 2015, this U of T alum was charged after giving water to a pig. It only pushed her animal-rights activism to a new level
Agriculture scientists have become interested in this potential environmental champion
In 1917 and 1918 hundreds of U of T women spent the summers picking and packing fruits and vegetables, filling in for farmers who were away at war
Ran Goel is leading an agricultural revolution
Sarah Wilson was one of 177 graduating students to win a Gordon Cressy Student Leadership Award this year for extracurricular contributions
Most animals raised for food in Canada live on industrial sites where they never go outdoors. Under our laws, this is perfectly legal, but is it ethical?
Solar panels at the Athletic Centre, composting in residence, farming on St. George. What next? A back campus wind turbine?
Writer Sarah Elton argues in favour of local eating
Local food isn't always environmentally the best, says geography prof Pierre Desrochers
Jaco Lokker brings local flavour to student menus
U of T to bring local farmers' produce to campus
Researchers create tomato that thrives in salty irrigation water