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Beaver students and administators cut a ribbon in front of a high tunnel greenhouse.

Beaver high tunnel ribbon cutting

Provost Nick Jones and Vice President for Commonwealth Campuses Madlyn Hanes joined Penn State Beaver faculty and students to officially open the campus high tunnel. The tunnel is funded by a Penn State seed grant.

Beaver students and administators cut a ribbon in front of a high tunnel greenhouse.

Provost, VP for Commonwealth Campuses officially open Beaver high tunnel

Provost Nick Jones and Vice President for Commonwealth Campuses Madlyn Hanes joined Penn State Beaver faculty and students to officially open the campus high tunnel. The tunnel, which was funded by a University seed grant, will support Beaver's campus-supported agriculture subscriptions and the local Salvation Army food bank.
Green plants grow in raised beds in campus garden.

University grant helping Beaver campus to ‘grow’

A University grant is helping the Beaver campus expand agriculture and food-related initiatives, including a campus garden, community-supported agriculture and a 96-foot-long high tunnel.
Green plants grow in raised beds in campus garden.

Beaver campus garden

A Penn State seed grant is helping the Beaver campus to expand agriculture and food-related initiatives, including a campus garden, community-supported agriculture and a 96-foot-long high tunnel.

Green plants grow in raised beds in campus garden.

University seed grant helping Beaver campus to 'grow'

Penn State Beaver recently received part of a University seed grant that develops learning opportunities around sustainable food and agriculture. Among the initiatives are a campus garden, community-supported agriculture and — coming soon — a high tunnel.