Big Ideas Grown at Tiny Farms

Thursday, July 19th, 2018
The microfarm project — a concept brought to the Mansfield campus by Kent “Kip” Curtis, an assistant professor of environmental history — will grow plants in high tunnels. The big goal is to create a model for urban agriculture that spawns additional microfarms in the area. Ideally, that would allow urban farmers to capture a larger piece of the food economy in north central Ohio. Follow this link to read the complete story. Sourced from Ohio State Alumni News