Exhibits at the Bell: Get ‘Em While They Last!
Hungry Planet: What the World Eats
Through May 23
The grocery lists and dining tables of people around the globe are the subject of this provocative exhibit based on the national best selling book by Peter Menzel and Faith D’Aluisio. Hungry Planet combines mesmerizing photos with hands-on displays that explore issues of food in the 21st century – what people eat and where it comes from, as well as how different cultures approach the growing and processing of food. For more information on the Hungry Planet exhibit click here.
From Hybrid Corn to Honeycrisps: University Agricultural Success Stories by Photographer David Hansen
Through May 9
For more than 100 years, the University of Minnesota Agricultural Experiment Station has improved food and food production in Minnesota and around the world. University agronomists and horticulturalists are testing new plant varieties for hardiness, disease resistance and other qualities. And University livestock researchers lead the world in the discovery of reproductive technologies and improvements in food-animal health and nutrition. Since 1978, David Hansen has documented experiment station success stories through his vivid and award-winning photography.
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