University of Arkansas Division of Agriculture

In honor of the Thanksgiving season, join us for a limited Community Spotlight series on Oral Food History Projects, produced by students from the University of Arkansas' Department of Agricultural Economics and Agribusiness.

In honor of the Thanksgiving season, join us for a limited Community Spotlight series on Oral Food History Projects, produced by students from the University of Arkansas' Department of Agricultural Economics and Agribusiness.

In honor of the Thanksgiving season, join us for a limited Community Spotlight series on Oral Food History Projects, produced by students from the University of Arkansas' Department of Agricultural Economics and Agribusiness.

Today Pete talks with student Katie Gardner about consumption practices of the American past, and how these practices have changed.  Katie discusses an interview with her grandfather, highlighting the contrast of a homegrown past with a store-bought present. 

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The University of Arkansas Division of Agriculture is hosting a hops workshop Aug. 15 in Clarksville with a registration deadline of Aug. 12. One participant in the event's grower panel discussion is Br. Basil Taylor, a monk who brews beer for Country Monks Brewing at Subiaco Abbey.

August is National Water Quality Month and with help from the University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture our weekend series is focusing on local efforts to keep our water clean.

Governor Asa Hutchinson helped the University of Arkansas System mark a milestone for agriculture education and research yesterday. He concentrated on the industry's future during his visit to the UA campus.

Antoinette Grajeda

A $5 million gift from the Tyson Family and Tyson Foods, Inc. to the University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture will help finance the new $16.3 million Don Tyson Center for Agricultural Sciences. 

MUSIC: "Transitions" El Ten Eleven

A French supplier to the aerospace industry announces plans to locate in Arkansas. The University of Arkansas System board last week gave approval for a proposed $16.3 million research facility to be built in Fayetteville. The Rogers Police Department debuts a new smartphone app. And northwest Arkansas business NanoMech completes a highly successful round of funding.

MUSIC: “My Better Self” by Tennis

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