Stewardship Science combines environmental research with community service. It is managed by University of St. Thomas Biology faculty (Adam Kay, Chip Small) in partnership with St. Thomas undergraduate students and community partners. Our projects explore issues related to urban agriculture, urban ecology, and healthy food access. This site also features writings from Stewardship Science researchers and partners.

A competition to highlight food production tradeoffs – the 2014 UST Stewardship Garden

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Huertas Intensivas: Learning from a UST Graduate

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Introducing Fall Farmers’ Market!

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Harvested for Science: What happened to the Canola in the Urban Flower Field?

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Growing Science: a new University of St. Thomas project on urban agriculture

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Stewardship Science meets Gardening Matters for conversation, research planning

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Learning about a just, local food system from Community Table Co-op and Project Sweetie Pie

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