A Flint nutrition prescription program, where fruits and vegetables are prescribed to young patients by their pediatrician, will expand nationally as a result of the recently signed U.S. Farm Bill by President Trump.
More than 1.5 million Michigan residents and potentially more than hundreds of sites nationwide have PFAS-tainted water. Michigan State University is helping develop a scalable treatment option for PFAS-contaminated wastewater.
MSU has teamed with the City of Flint, Genesee County, Hurley Children’s Hospital, local health departments and a host of other organizations—governmental and non-governmental—to address both immediate and long-term needs of Flint residents.
For more than half a century, Michigan State University has been a key player in bringing new blueberry varieties to the table. Since the early 1900s, blueberries have been commercially grown in Michigan’s lower and upper peninsulas, and today the tiny berries are big business. In 2011, the…