Tag: SLO Food Alliance

Get your SLO garden produce on Thursday

Items for sale this week at the SLO garden in the Student Services Plaza. First come first serve: Leeks (king arthur), 2 for $1 Sweet and hot peppers, 4 for $1 Garlic (music and elephant varieties), $2.00/bulb Beets (merlin, chioggia),  $1.00/bunch Cucumbers (marketmore), 2 for $1 Tomatoes (heirloom varieties), $2/bag Eggplant, 2 for $1

On sale at the Campus Garden this week

The campus gardens are in their prime. Some items are first-come, first-serve on Thursday, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Others need to be ordered through delstt15@uwgb.edu (see your campus e-mail for a list) and picked up during that same time. Of the first-come, first-serve items: Leeks (King Arthur) 2 for $1 Small Sweet and hot […]

Place your garden order

The campus gardens are in their prime. Here’s your chance to order. Some items are first-come, first-serve on Thursday, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Others need to be ordered through delstt15@uwgb.edu and picked up during that same time frame: First come, first serve: Bush Beans (dragon tongue) $2.00/lbs Garlic bulbs (music and elephant varieties) […]

Sprouting sustainability practices: UW-Green Bay student Tyler Delsart grows in SLO garden manager role

Tyler Delsart SLO Food

Nestled into the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay’s Student Services Plaza, between the University Union and the Cofrin Library, is a quaint organic garden, complements of the student organization, “Sustainable, Local, and Organic (SLO) Food Alliance.” The guy with the trowel and a hose is likely student Tyler Delsart. SLO was created in 2008, when a […]

Author of ‘Dorito Effect’ leads World Food Day discussion at UW-Green Bay

The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay is celebrating World Food Day by hosting an event on October 22 that highlights whole food choices and local farmers in the Green Bay area. All events scheduled throughout the day will take place in the Phoenix Rooms in the University Union on campus, 2420 Nicolet Drive. The keynote speaker […]

A healthy potluck, but first, some ice cream

We here at the Log have been asked to promote the following food-related events: • 3rd Annual Healthy Potluck — Bring your favorite healthy dish to pass and your recipe to share. Tableware and water will be provided. Click to see more pictures from last year’s event. Sponsored by the Wellness Committee and SLO Food […]

More healthy choices: SLO invites you to ‘Pick Your Own,’ today

Another “pick your own” produce sale is scheduled at the SLO Food Alliance campus garden for Wednesday, July 29, from 11 a.m.-2 p.m., outdoors adjacent to the University Union. Come to the plaza and bring your friends. Students will be on hand to show you around and assist. Please bring your own bag(s) and a […]

Cold spring shouldn’t deter productive produce sales

SLO students started planting in the greenhouse just last week — a little later than last year — but summer produce stand patrons can look forward to the same high-quality, fresh-picked produce as years previous. Look for assorted greens, radishes and peas in the early summer; strawberries, beans, beets and fresh herbs midseason; and lots of […]

National Food Day: Meals, talk by Chives owner on Seven Loaves

UW-Green Bay will host a presentation by a well-known local chef and anti-hunger activist to cap its observance of National Food Day on Thursday, Oct. 24. Chef J.R. Schoenfeld, owner of Chives restaurant in Suamico and founder of the Seven Loaves Project to feed the hungry in Rwanda and beyond, will deliver a keynote address […]