SELFsustain Conference at Cornercopia!


SELFsustain Conference UMN


This last weekend The University of Minnesota hosted it's annual sustainability conference for students of all five campuses! Cornercopia was lucky enough to be part of this great event and hosted approximately 60 students for tours around the farm to learn more about sustainable agriculture on campus. Here is a link to the event if you're interested in learning more about  the SELFsustain Conference.
Courtney Tchida showing a group of students at the SELFsustain Conference the soil block planter she invented

Courtney Tchida educating students on the benefits of soil blocks

Cornercopia loves being a part of such a strong community that values sustainability and healthy partnerships. Please don't hesitate to reach out to us if you or your organization would like to attend a tour at the farm. We'd love to hear from you! Contact us by email at umsof@umn.edu.

Written by: Alexa Bobyak



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