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Projects Updates for place: Boneyard Creek Streamflow-Gaging Station
The Student Sustainability Committee funded Local Grains and Locally Processed Foods for Dining Services in October 2017.
This project aims at developing methods that promote locally processed grains for U of I students. This project connects to the Vegetable Crop Farm, FSHN Pilot Plant, and Sustainable Student Farm, offering the final puzzle piece required to offer campus grown grains to UIUC community members. This project will purchase reusable containers to transport grains, and other campus products, between campus farms and campus processing facilities. Moreover, project leaders will analyze both taste and nutrients for Vegetable Crop Farm product.
The SSC funding will go directly towards:
- Reusable storage containers
- Analysis equipment
- Associated Project(s):
Here is a copy of the project I created for Jen's class last semester
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Tawab Hlimi is serving as faculty advisor for the 2014 EPA Campus Rainworks Challenge. The team is composed of graduate students from Landscape Architecture, Architecture, Civil Engineering, Environmental Economics, and Ecology. They have begun a green stormwater infrastructure study for the UIUC campus and have selected the channelized extent of Boneyard Creek as site for a demonstration project.