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

9/25/2013
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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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