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Cultivating Climate Solutions at the Knox College Farm
Cucumber vines climbed 10 feet high to the top of the hoop house, leafy ginger plants intermingled with milkweed, calendula, and kale, and sunflowers towered over Fellow Elise Kulers during her visit to the Knox College Farm in Galesburg, Illinois.
Bon Appétit Teams Take Guests on Fall Adventures
As fall turns to winter, we’re looking back on a season of Adventures!
Bon Appétit at Cornell College Team Offers a Model for Community Engagement
At Cornell College in Mount Vernon, Iowa, the Bon Appétit team has been putting our values into practice.
Growing a Garden Atop New York’s Most Famous Museum
Far above the bustling streets of Manhattan and many floors of priceless art and antiquities, Culinary Director Bill Telepan and the Bon Appétit at the Metropolitan Museum of Art team are tending to their garden.
Bon Appétit Chefs Flock to Saint Martin’s University for Annual Gala
Bon Appétit chefs gathered at Saint Martin’s University in Lacey, Washington, to support the school’s black-tie gala that featured celebrity chef Anne Burrell.
Alumni-owned Milkhouse Farm and Creamery Supplies Yogurt and Inspiration to Colby College
West Coast Fellow visits the Milkhouse, a Farm to Fork vendor owned and operated by Colby College alumni Andy Smith.
Bon Appétit-served Colleges and Universities Top Princeton Review’s Best Campus Food Rankings
The Princeton Review’s 2023 Best Campus Food rankings are in, and six Bon Appétit-served schools are in the top 25! Out of the top 10 schools on the list, Bon Appétit is proud to be the only national food service provider whose schools were ranked. The other universities honored are all independently operated.
Exploring Eco-Justice in Action at the White Violet Center Farm
On a sunny fall afternoon outside of Terre Haute, Indiana, Midwest Fellow Elise Kulers joined 20 first-year and transfer students of Saint Mary-of-the-Woods college on a tour of the White Violet Center for Eco-Justice farm.
Three Sisters-Inspired Recipes from our Partners at Ramona Farms
As we celebrate the rich culinary history of the indigenous peoples of the Americas, we’re highlighting three recipes that use the famed “three sisters” – corn, beans, and squash.