The solar farm is expected to be completed December 2017.
Genetically diseased horse will not affect upcoming sale
The hereditary disease could have affected 16 of 25 foals up for sale.
Poly Royal rodeo legacy continues
The Cal Poly Rodeo is one of the biggest in the nation, so popular that it was moved to Spanos Stadium
Two students take ‘bringing home the bacon’ to a whole new level
In exchange for reduced housing, Johnston and Quontamatteo wake up at 8 a.m. to care for pigs.
Cal Poly orchard allows visitors to pick their own produce
People are given a bucket, a pair of clippers and are allowed to roam and pick their own fruit.
Student enterprise and Poly Plant Shop bring holiday cheer with poinsettias
Poinsettias from the enterprise are still on sale through the end of December
Student Experimental Farm: A small farm to address large issues
The Student Experimental Farm, also known as SEF, has a variety of options for local growing.
How El Niño failed the Central Coast
This year’s El Nino was the strongest on record, but the Central Coast is nowhere near out of the drought.
How Cal Poly has cut its water use since 2013
Agriculture accounts for approximately 50 percent of Cal Poly’s water use.
Quarantine impacts Cal Poly citrus orchard
The Crop Science Department has changed how its managing its citrus crop.
Cal Poly hosts annual agriculture showcase
Cal Poly students had the opportunity to network with representatives from over eighty companies in the agriculture industry.