Since May, agricultural business junior Jack Busch has been organizing the annual Ag Showcase — a career fair with an emphasis on agriculture but open to students of all majors. This week, Busch’s work is coming into fruition. The 33rd annual Ag Showcase, put on by the Agribusiness Management and National Agricultural Marketing Association Club, […]
The Initiative of Climate Leadership and Resilience (ICLR) hosted their annual Climate Solutions Now conference, an event coordinated across 12 different industries featuring professionals speaking on climate change and sustainability. Cal Poly professors and alumni presented their work on various tracks within sustainability, including agriculture and agribusiness, campus facilities and operations and climate communication and […]
Big, small, orange, white… Brookshire Farms sells all sorts of pumpkins and gourds throughout October while also offering entertainment for all ages. From hayrides, to pumpkin patches, to corn cannons, co-owner of Brookshire Farms, Sean Callaway, shares what the farm calls “agro-entertainment.” The farm offers a wide range of different agricultural items and activities for […]
Random roommates in Cal Poly’s residence halls might consider themselves close friends after spending an entire year together — yet even fewer do roommates become business partners. Business junior Emmanuel Rivera-Romo and public health senior Ethan Tse started as strangers, but now run a microgreen startup together. The two were able to start a successful […]
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More than 1,200 animals compete in the livestock show where judges come from all over the nation to determine the best animals. Western Bonanza provides exhibitors with more than $100,000 in premiums and sought-after awards.
What used to be an empty space filled with grass and weeds on the outskirts of campus is now a flourishing garden complete with flowers, fruits, vegetables and even chickens.
An all-women team of College of Agriculture, Food and Environmental Science (CAFES) students flourished in an annual statewide flower-arranging contest.
The College of Agriculture, Food and Environmental Sciences (CAFES) was awarded a food safety outreach grant from the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s National Institute of Food and Agriculture to keep local farmers up to date on food safety.
Poly Hemp — the first Cal Poly club advocating for the education and research of industrial hemp — held its first meeting Wednesday, April 17. This comes one year after two students petitioned to start a pilot program at Cal Poly to conduct research on industrial hemp. Agricultural business senior Ted Fitzgerald was one of […]
The highly anticipated rodeo event is almost ready to shine during this Open House weekend.