"We're trying to educate people that there are different ways of growing food."
COR VAN RAAY IN HIS OWN WORDS: Agricultural entrepreneur and philanthropist talks about the business of agriculture and his remarkable collaborative gift
Cor Van Raay took time away from the harvest last fall to talk to Wider Horizons about his decision to donate $5 million to Lethbridge College and the University of Lethbridge to create the Cor Van Raay Southern Alberta Agribusiness Program.
Aquaponics 101: A basic introduction to the recirculating growing systems that can efficiently and safely produce fish and plants year-round
The aquaponics process is pretty simple: Fish need water.
If you’ve ever had a Greek salad at the Round Street Café, an arugula salad at Mocha Cabana, or anything with herbs, tomatoes or cucumbers from the Lethbridge College kitchens, then you’ve alread
“Not many people have a job where they get to garden at work,” smiles Penny Takahashi (Renewable Resource Management ‘03), Aquaculture Technician in Lethbridge College’s Aquaculture Centre of Excellence.
In the wake of the inaugural Social in the South conference held this October at Lethbridge College, small businesses and entrepreneurs are wising up online with social web tools to sell, listen and engage more effectively with their customers.
Barrier-free fun: Recreation therapists help seniors access and adapt activities to achieve health and wellness.
Some days, Megan Orr gets paid to play cards.
Some of the world’s most pressing problems are being solved right now, on the fourth floor of the state-of-the-art Cousins Building at Lethbridge College, in the most unassuming of places – petri dishes.
- Whether we’re young or young at heart, some of us never seem to stop wondering what we want to be when we grow up.