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ALES Project Serve
Saturday, September 20, 2014

ALES Project Serve is a one-day event in September that connects incoming students in the Faculty of ALES with the opportunity to volunteer for half a day with a community organization in Edmonton. 


  1. Debra Davidson

    New South Campus garden grows conversation on food security

    Prairie Urban Farm encourages Edmontonians to create their own food safety net

  2. Stacey Seufert

    Pulse Pops tops them all

    Team of ALES students wins national food development competition

  3. New CAIP chair examines water and land connection in carbon cycle

    University of Guelph export brings expertise in disturbed wetland research

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In the News

  1. Urban chicken pilot project

    Urban chickens are coming to Edmonton, and we’re discussing with the University of Alberta’s Debra Davidson what it entails and how it will play out. Davidson is a professor with the Department of Resource Economics and Environmental Sociology.

  2. Study on dark cutters aimed at boosting the bottom line

    In the quest for ever-improving beef quality scientists are taking a new look at an age old challenge: dark cutters. Heather Bruce, an associate professor with the Department of Agricultural, Food and Nutritional Sciences, is interviewed regarding a study she conducted on dark cutters that was founded by the Beef Cattle Research Council.

  3. Pigs perform on canola meal diet

    New research supports increased use of canola meal in the diets of weaned pigs. This new research supports previous findings from Eduardo Beltranena, an adjunct professor with the Faculty of Agricultural, Life and Environmental Sciences at the U of A.

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