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Semi-Automatic Water Station for Crickets

In 2015 I was working on multiple projects to find ways to help insect farmers with their two main issues: Farming requires too much manual work and that there are too many risks in farming. 862 more words

Quirky Thursday-Eating Termites

I have 3 adorable sisters, one of whom is always trying to push me out of my comfort zone.  She recently pushed me out of a boat because I was hesitating getting in the water. 339 more words

Starter Kit for Ento-Entrepreneurs

Lately quite a few people have reached out for me for tips for starting a new Insect for Food and Feed- companies. I very happy to see the industry growing and it is my pleasure to help out. 548 more words

Farm to Trough: How House Flies Could Reduce Waste and Feed Livestock

As the global human population continues to rise, researchers are turning to the potential role insects might play in growing the global food supply. A new study from researchers at Cornell University points to the house fly ( 393 more words

Insects In The News

Bugs Cafe: The Can't-Miss Culinary Attraction in Siem Reap, Cambodia

By Laura Kraft

This post is the fifth in the “Travel Bug” series by Laura Kraft, a recent graduate from the University of Georgia, who is chronicling her travels in Asia from an entomological perspective. 1,103 more words

Entomology News

Eating Insects: the New Frontier of Sustainability

The news is spreading about a future use of insects for human consumption and in agriculture. 9 billion people are expected to live on the earth in 2050, and climate change is forcing us to rethink the ways we eat and produce our food. 8 more words


One Foodie & A Nerd's Guide to the 23rd Annual Victoria Film Festival

Tickets can be bought online or at the door. A one time $2 membership fee is required to attend all movies.

The 23rd Annual Victoria Film Festival… 1,314 more words