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2019
Bush Fellowship

Minneapolis, MN — Heather Cusick learned first-hand the stabilizing force of nature when her struggling family moved to a 100-acre farm in rural Kansas. There, she found that the land had the power to heal.

2019
Bush Fellowship

St Louis Park, MN — Kate Davenport believes we can design waste out of our systems of production and consumption in a way that addresses climate change, local economic development and social and environmental justice.

2014
Bush Fellowship

Fargo, ND — Malini Srivastava wants North Dakota to become more energy efficient.

2013
Bush Fellowship

Nisswa, MN — Rural Minnesota includes numerous food deserts and has higher poverty levels than the state as a whole. In my central Minnesota community, there is not a sustainable supply network that can meet the demand for local food.

2013
Bush Fellowship

Nationally and locally, demand for local food is exploding while the existing food distribution system is geared to large-scale, long-distance delivery.

2013
Bush Fellowship

Food is central to each of our lives, yet, many people purchase, prepare and eat food without fully understanding the impacts of their food choices.

2013
Bush Fellowship

Bismarck, ND — The current oil boom in North Dakota presents rewards and risks.

2013
Bush Fellowship

Minneapolis, MN — The Mississippi River and its community face many threats to health, ecology, economy and spirit.

2012
Bush Fellowship

Ortonville, MN — People living in rural areas who lack mobility due to age, income and/or illness have trouble accessing quality food at affordable prices.

2012
Bush Fellowship

Chicago, IL — Colleges and universities in Minnesota spend at least $30 million on food every year.

2011
Bush Fellowship
2011
Bush Fellowship