U-M Students Are Growing Mushrooms, One of the Most Sustainable Food Options on the Planet

March 11, 2024


Read time:

5-15 mins

Some glow in the dark, others are poisonous, but what you might not know is that mushrooms are also a healthy food source packed with vitamins and minerals, and leave a small carbon footprint when grown and harvested. Students from U-M’s Sustainable Living Experience have been working on a sustainability project growing mushrooms in an effort to contribute to a more carbon-neutral campus. Read the full story in this article from the School for Environment and Sustainability.

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