By Heather Hetterick, Ohio Ag Net
The Ohio State University was one of seven stops on the inaugural HungerU tour that travelled the country to raise awareness of hunger problems and generate solutions for the future.
“Our goal is to engage with college students in conversations about how advanced agriculture can end today’s world hunger problems,” said Amanda Stevens, one of four women who travel across the country with the HungerU tour, which is a project of Farmers Feeding the World.
The HungerU team along with Ohio State students enrolled in the College of Food, Agriculture and Environmental Sciences set up on the Oval to start a discussion and bring attention to the issue of hunger.
“We took free t-shirts, water bottles and information about HungerU. We created conversations all day long with students about world hunger, causes of hunger, and tried to get students thinking about how we can end hunger using advanced agriculture methods,” Stevens said.… Continue readingRead More »