U of G Food Scientist Named Officer of Order of Canada

A long-time food scientist at the University of Guelph whose discoveries in everything from trans fats to chocolate have helped improve human health and agri-food sustainability has been awarded one of Canada’s highest honours.

Long-term Ontario studies show value of cover crops

In this Farmtario article, Dr. Laura Van Eerd, a professor of sustainable soil management at the Ridgetown campus, discusses how her long-term studies are showing the value of cover crops and boosting soil organic matter.

Reduced fertilizer emissions possible through incentives

Dr. Claudia Wagner-Riddle, a professor in the University’s School of Environmental Sciences, discusses how 4R fertilizer management (right source, right time, right rate and right placement) can have positive environmental impacts.

U of G Researchers Are Committed to Reducing Global Methane Emissions

A University of Guelph-led, international project intends to reduce climate-warming methane emissions from dairy cattle – a key issue following adoption of a global methane-reduction pledge at this month’s United Nations climate change conference.

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