A Big Y store in Amherst, Mass., is selling organic produce farmed by college agriculture students. The chain has partnered with the “Student Farming Enterprise,”  a program run by students at University of Massachusetts’ Stockbridge School of Agriculture. Each student is responsible for three different types of crops and creates a plan for how best to grow them on a nearby farm. Students plant, harvest, clean and package produce for sale at Big Y. Related Big Y ...

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