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Microgreens are 1-3 week old nutrient packed greens typical grown in flats of soilless medium. Increasing microgreen consumption is allowing some growers to realize gross revenues of $20-$30 per flat. Interested? Join us for a discussion on "Small Commercial Microgreen Production” with Zack Grant, Local Food Systems and Small Farms educator for University of Illinois Extension in Cook County.
PLEASE READ!! Hi you guys! So I wanted to sit down and talk to you about how I financed college and I hope that this video helps some of you out to figure out your options for financing college. Now, I understand that when it comes to grants it is based on your family income which is DIFFERENT for everyone, but this is how my situation worked and it may be similar to yours. Also I am NOT trying to brag in any way about me getting money to go to college. I am just sharing how much I received so you guys know that I am not BSing and prove I am not lying. I take pride in honesty and I am a bio nerd so I need to see evidence if I am to believe anything. I hope this helps you guys out and thank you so much for watching! Gabby __________________________ C O N N E C T Instagram: @gabbyaikawa...
Many scholars believe that the Morrill Land-Grant Act of 1862 was one of the most important pieces of legislation in the history of our country. In 1863 Penn State became one of the nation's first and Pennsylvania's only land-grant institution. The Morrill Act gave Penn State a three-part mission of teaching, research and service. Today, universities continue to honor the legacy and the historical significance of the Morrill Act nearly 150 years later during a Penn State land-grant conference. Scholars from across the country gathered to dissect the history of land-grants and look to the future during a time of economic uncertainty.
The University of Arizona in Tucson, Arizona applied for and was awarded one of the 2015 Active Learning Center grants. See how the school has used their new classroom. Learn more about the Active Learning Center Grant at http://www.steelcase.com/ActiveLearningCenter.
Authentic interviews by BBC News journalists on international news items to grab the attention of an adult audience. With topics ranging from global warming to immigration issues, this series offers learners the chance to explore and understand our changing world and improve their English. Aimed at learners at beginner to intermediate level, this series delivers authentic, stimulating and varied English language practice. http://www.bbcactiveenglish.com/
Berkeley's 2017 University Medalist Grant Schroeder's Commencement Speech (Video by UC Berkeley Educational Technology Services) Full Story: http://news.berkeley.edu/2017/05/13/commencement2017/ http://news.berkeley.edu/ http://www.facebook.com/UCBerkeley http://twitter.com/UCBerkeley http://instagram.com/ucberkeleyofficial https://plus.google.com/+berkeley
The University of Nebraska-Lincoln has earned an $11.3 million grant from the National Institutes of Health to establish a research center focused on investigating cellular level miscommunications that contribute to complex diseases such as cancer, diabetes and chronic liver disease. http://news.unl.edu/newsrooms/today/article/university-earns-113m-nih-grant-to-study-biomolecular-communication/
Grant Cardone Sales Training University is the most visited online sales training tool in the world. In this segment Sales training expert Grant Cardone shows sales people how to Handle Objections Your ability to sell and close at a profit is going to be determined by your ability to overcome those objections. Sign up NOW at: http://cardoneuniversity.com/
What in the World is Going on Here? - Land grant university fertilizer recommendations have served as the basis for nutrient applications made to agricultural fields across the US for decades. However, the wide range of fertilizer recommendations for the same crop, yield goal and soil test values from one state to another is almost frightening as fertilizer costs can more than double by crossing a state line. In addition, very few states provide fertilizer management recommendation options appropriate for both leased and owned land, and these recommendations or guidelines are usually rigid and insensitive to producer goals and resources. How credible is our advice to farmers in the real world? Soil and climate variables do not change abruptly at our state boundaries, so why do our fertiliz...
University of Saint Mary in Leavenworth, Kansas was a recipient of the 2016 Active Learning Center Grant. See how the University reimagined a space within their existing library to encourage active learning and collaboration while further connecting their students, faculty and community. Learn more about the Active Learning Center Grant at http://www.steelcase.com/ActiveLearningCenter
Scott Henkel, an assistant professor in the Department of English and in African American and Diaspora Studies, presents “The Humanities and the Land Grant University Mission from the 19th to the 21st Century.” In this public presentation, he explores the history and future of land-grant universities. The lecture was presented by the Wyoming Institute for Humanities Research (WIHR) and the UW President’s Office. (UW Press Release) University of Wyoming, like other land-grant universities across the country, was established under the Morrill Act of 1862. The U.S. government gave land to state and territorial governments so institutions of higher learning could be endowed to benefit all citizens of that region through practical research, outreach and quality education for all, not just th...
Have you moved onto a property with neglected apple trees? Or perhaps you have missed out on pruning your trees for a while? You may be able to get your trees back on the path towards productivity, but you have some decisions to make over the next couple years. Join us for a discussion on "Pruning Old and Neglected Apple Trees” with Grant McCarty, Local Food Systems and Small Farms educator for University of Illinois Extension.
This was posted and taken down in ten minutes. I caught on camera. Outside of wearing a tinfoil hat how would one go about protecting the neurons from total control??? You do you and I'ma do me. Cheerful aren't they??