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At MSU’s dining halls, local ingredients connect university with Montana agriculture

BOZEMAN — Among the many dishes Montana State University serves to its students, staff and visitors, it’s hard to find a recipe that doesn’t include at least one ingredient that came from a Montana farm or ranch.

Strolling among the cuisine counters at Miller Dining Commons recently, Kara Landolfi, MSU’s Farm to Campus Coordinator, noted wood-fired pizzas topped with bacon from Montana 4-H pigs, taco meat from MSU-raised steers and Gallatin Valley kale at the salad bar. A unique salad topping — Montana wheat berries popped in Montana safflower oil — was yet another example of MSU’s myriad local offerings.

“It’s integrated into everything,” Landolfi said.

MSU to host statewide agricultural research center field days in June and July

(MSU News Release) BOZEMAN – The public is invited to attend free annual field days across Montana to tour and learn about the people, places and projects involved with agricultural research at Montana State University's College of Agriculture<http://agriculture.montana.edu/> and Montana Agricultural Experiment Station<http://agresearch.montana.edu/maes.html> or MAES.