Resilience thrives on urban farming in Minneapolis

Alex V. Sipol In a North Minneapolis community garden, a monarch rests against a backdrop of plants and rocks. On a recent summer afternoon, a Monarch butterfly sits on an orange zinnia in North Minneapolis. The monarch – now an endangered species – is joined by crickets, bumble bees and other pollinators, vines heavy with … Read more

Researchers have identified pathogens that can damage cannabis plants in the city

Smiling woman near cannabis plants

The study helped to identify and support the presence of potassium pathogens in developing cannabis plants in Connecticut. Cannabis has become an integral part of the Connecticut economy. With the recent legalization of adult recreational marijuana use, it is only expected that it will continue to grow. This means that the cannabis plants themselves, literally, … Read more