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Ag Commissioner Comer, MSU and ARAMARK officials to unveil Kentucky Proud Farm to Campus program

Kentucky Agriculture Commissioner James Comer will officially launch the Kentucky Proud Farm to Campus Program at Morehead State University with MSU President Wayne D. Andrews during a ceremony Thursday, Sept. 26, at 1 p.m. at the Derrickson Agricultural Complex.

Under the Farm to Campus program, the KDA will partner with MSU, ARAMARK, and other Kentucky colleges and universities to help with their buy-local efforts. Over the next two years, the department will target college campuses to put more shelf-stable Kentucky Proud products in their bookstores and gift shops, and more farm-fresh Kentucky Proud products in their cafeterias and food service systems. The KDA will also work with the universities and student sustainability groups on Kentucky Proud/buy local efforts in college towns.

The University Farm is located on KY 377 (Cranston Road).


Nadeera Ekanayake
Nadeera Ekanayake, from Sri Lanka, is a graduate student in the Department of Applied Engineering and Technology. She earned her bachelor’s degree in Information Technology from Sri Lanka Institute of Information Technology(SLIIT). She has more than 3 years of industrial experience working as a software engineer for an ERP software development company. Nadeera joined MSU in spring 2012 and works as a graduate assistant in the AET department.

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