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Which insect species to farm for human food?

Welcome to my third blog post! So far I have got almost 300 different visitors to my site, thank you all for reading and spreading the word. 847 more words

Update on black soldier fly composting project

We have gone and ordered 1600 BSF larvae! They should be coming in this week.

Before they get here, my supervisor and I must build an insulating box to keep these buggers warm. 71 more words

College

Staff Lunch and Learn at the NC Arboretum April 15, 2015

Adult Yellow Soldier Fly

2 Yellow Soldier Fly and 1 Black Soldier Fly pre-pupa

Adult Black Soldier Fly

See how your spoiled lunch can become a healthy lunch for your animals!! 22 more words

WNC G.R.U.B.S.

Some fly larvae and Orthorexia

Here’s a quick update on my semester!

I’ve joined the Office of Sustainability on my campus. My project for the semester will be to test the ability of… 158 more words

College

Insects and sustainability are not crap.

In my first blog, “Animal welfare in insect farms”, I discussed why insect farming is more sustainable than livestock farming. On 17th of January 2015 an article “Are those edible bugs actually sustainable?” was released on MacLean’s website. 700 more words

Unexpectedly Happy Ending

Ralph discovered these things in our compost heap. Yikes! There were millions of them, it seemed, busily munching on a head of cabbage that had split and gone bad. 261 more words

How-to

Recycling 99% of our Trash Is Possible!

“The world has a garbage problem.”

Sweden is taking a giant step in the right direction by recycling 99% of their trash as described in the video below. 275 more words

Earth And Nature