This week's lecture featured a game that connects small-scale farmers to low-income consumers.
The major includes foundational STEM classes and courses in nutrition and food science, technical writing and biochemistry.
The garden plans to work with the Campus Pantry throughout the summer.
Earlier this month, the market announced it would be wrapping up a month ahead of schedule.
John Lea-Cox and Andrew Ristvey are working with Up Top Acres to farm rooftop produce.
Bryan Butler is working on balancing science with flavor.
They earned three points more than the runner-up, Virginia Tech.
University professor Christopher Walsh named the new breed the "Antietam Blush."