Significantly fewer items are usually recycled than thrown away. In comparison to 5,165 tons of trash sent to the landfill in 2017, 3,010 tons of materials were recycled. This means the university has not yet accomplished its goal of zero waste. Additionally, trash disposal still costs more than the extra revenue that recycling adds. READ MORE
Answers compiled by Nina Bertelsen | 04/12/2018 11:55am
The Daily Cardinal asked a student, farmers, an expert and the Wisconsin Secretary of Agriculture what they think is the future of Wisconsin’s agriculture.
Sydney Widell | 04/12/2018 9:35am
In contrast, Jones said farms operated on a CSA model tend to be much smaller in scale, rely on income besides crops and require a lot of labor. Farmers work closely with community investors and pay their ...
Kayla Huynh | 04/12/2018 9:04am
Though UW-Madison is well-known for its Babcock milk and ice cream, many students don’t know where their dairy products come from.
Jon Brockman | 04/12/2018 9:03am
The Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection is now accepting applications for farmers to participate in a research pilot program for industrial hemp after the state Legislature ...