Mulberries, tomatoes, honey, rabbits and squash: Pacific University's B Street Farm is a food producer, a laboratory and a learning center.
A variety of produce and flower plants from the university’s B Street Farm will be available for purchase as one of several university activities on tap to celebrate Earth Week.
Public health major Sara Davidson '16 seeks to make healthy foods more available, and more useful, to those in need.
An offering of the university's centers for Civic Engagement and Sustainable Society, the sale features a wide selection from the B Street Farm.
The B Street Farm offers hands-on learning experience in sustainability, along with food and natural setting.
David Knaus, the university's farmer educator at the B Street Living Museum, has been named interim director of the Center for a Sustainable Society.
Forest Grove’s B Street Farm served as a meeting point for two cultures, when several visiting Chinese dignitaries toured the permaculture project as part of their experience as guests of the International Visitor Leadership Program.