Author: Holly Enowski

I am an Eldon, Missouri, native, best known for being “too busy” and for the circumstances of my birth – I am the only girl in a set of triplets! Born and raised on a family farm, agriculture has always been a large part of my life and growing up, that was not something that I always appreciated as I do now. Since the age of 5, I’ve been chasing big city dreams that led me to pursue a degree in science and agricultural journalism, and hopefully minors in rural sociology, agricultural economics, leadership and public service. I am interested in international food insecurity, policy, nutrition and a whole slew of other topics.

Top-rated B&B provides real-world experience for CAFNR students

Trip Advisor’s highest rated bed and breakfast in Columbia, Missouri, and the University of Missouri have something in common. The Gathering Place, located on College Avenue, is owned by the College of Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources and is operated…

Preparing students for leadership in a complex world is goal of newest AE&L faculty member

Adam Cletzer believes that leadership is more than simply having a vision and getting others to follow you. The newest member of the MU Department of Agricultural Education and Leadership faculty hopes to prepare students for the real world of…

CAFNR provides real world business and laboratory experiences

Editor’s Note: This is part one of a three-part series highlighting various businesses and services within the College of Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources at the University of Missouri that provide job opportunities for students.  > Tiger Garden Tiger Garden and…

DNR Director presents public lecture Oct. 5 as Executive-in-Residence program celebrates 20 years

Director of the Missouri Department of Natural Resources Sarah Parker Pauley is the 50th visiting professional for the Executive-in-Residence program sponsored by the College of Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources (CAFNR), and will be on campus Oct. 5-6, 2016. “[Pauley]…

Swipes program could reduce food insecurity among MU students

“Willing to swipe into Dobbs for $5” postings on class Facebook groups, students standing outside the numerous dining halls begging to swipe fellow students in at no charge and thousands of paid meal swipes unused as the semester comes to…