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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. Honouring a true Alberta pioneer

    Research ranch renamed Roy Berg Kinsella Research Station after U of A researcher who revolutionized the beef cattle industry

  2. Debra Davidson

    New South Campus garden grows conversation on food security

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

  3. Stacey Seufert

    Pulse Pops tops them all

    Team of ALES students wins national food development competition

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In the News

  1. Attack of the pine beetle

    When the mountain pine beetle began blazing a path across forests in British Columbia and Alberta, nobody could have imagined the extent of the damage to come. Nadir Erbilgin, associate professor and Canada Research Chair in Forest Entomology in the Department of Renewable Resources is interviewed.

  2. Does KD belong on food bank shelves? Some say no

    An Ottawa charity’s decision to refuse donations of processed foods and snack items is feeding a discussion about what local organizations are putting in the hampers they give to the needy. Stephanie Ramage, Human Nutrition Research Coordinator with the Department of Agricultural, Food and Nutritional Science, provides comment.

  3. Cattle breeder honoured for revolutionizing sector

    Almost half a century after the late Roy Berg began his ground-breaking cattle-breeding research, a research station established to prove the importance of cross breeding and genetic selection was renamed in his honour. The University of Alberta’s Kinsella Research Station was renamed the Roy Berg Kinsella Research Station Aug.13.

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