ISU grad students are sustainably feeding the community

Members of the Sustainable Agriculture Student Association have spent the past two summers growing and cooking food for people in need. This year alone, they've grown several hundred pounds of food to give away to the Food at First food pantry and free meal program. They even dedicate one day a month to cook dinners, often using food they've grown right from their own garden. It all meets their mission of feeding people nutritious food in a sustainable way.