Bioproducts and Biosystems Engineering student, Rachel Runzheimer, spent the summer in Wisconsin working with honey bees and sustainable cranberry growth.
Meet a carbon-sequestering superhero: peat moss. Efforts involving BBE researcher Chris Lenhart are underway to better understand the role that peat bogs in northern Minnesota play in mitigating climate change.
BBE extension professor Pat Huelman talks about standards in the state's Climate Action Framework and the need to build more sustainable homes.
We are proud to announce that our Environmental and Ecological Engineering Specialization under the BBE major has recently completed the CERPIT alignment process.
Grace Wolf is a Bioproducts and Biosystems Engineering major, and is the current president of BBE's student ambassador program. Get to know Grace!
BBE Professor Jason Hill, Ph.D., and a team of researchers published a new study using publicly available information to derive first estimates of the environmental impact of >57,000 food products. Their data points to healthier foods as better for the planet.
In a new study, BBE researcher Yufeng Yang and team, document an overlooked but crucial time-frame for nitrous oxide (N2O) emissions in U.S. Midwest agricultural systems: the non-growing season.
Alice Lesch is a Sustainable Systems Management major, and is the current vice president of BBE's student ambassador program. Get to know why Alice chose SSM!