Lawmakers support Minnesota urban agriculture effort
2015 HFHL Graduate and Professional Student research Grantee: Pajau Vangay, Biomedical Informatics and Computational Biology Ph.D Program | Antibiotics, pediatric dysbiosis, and disease | Cell Host & Microbe (2015)
Project Sweetie Pie and U of M researchers were awarded a 2015 Community-University HFHL Planning Grant to engage community stakeholders in developing a vision of the Camden Greenhouse--a potential urban agricultural campus in North Minneapolis.
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