Tuesday, March 28, 2017
Who is Emily Amon? I’m a fourth year environmental sciences and studies student, passionate about community-based research and local resource management. My philosophy is to find place-based solutions to environmental problems. I think that when you study both the sciences...
The 6th annual Purple Onion Festival was my first. As a newcomer to Local Food Month in Peterborough, I was intrigued to find out more. The Purple Onion festival, founded by Fred Irwin, began in 2010 as a celebration...
Something good is growing at Trent. Something succulent and delicious. Hidden amongst the crowds of students, orientation week activities, labs and lecture halls are luscious organic gardens bursting with mouth-watering produce just waiting to be discovered. Alright, truthfully there are...
  The fifth annual Purple Onion Festival was held on Sunday September 20th. The sun shone on vendors and festival goers alike, fostering a great atmosphere for eating local produce, listening to talented musicians and learning about climate change and social...
It’s your first week on campus and you’re attempting to navigate your way around, searching for a place to begin setting roots. The sights and sounds of ISW week are everything; yelling students, music, games and campus tours abound....
The urgency to implement Neonicotinoid regulations, which is set to be effective on July 1, stands questioned as latest data shows a significant decrease in mortality rate for in-season bees, through improved best practices. According to the recent data from...