Gluten-free and vegan, this recipe offers all the spicy flavors of Bok Choy and the rustic aroma of red bell peppers.
Miranda Jones, an intern at Howdy Farm, is able to employ her skills daily while interning.
"I love working at the Howdy Farm because I get hands-on experience, versus what often happens in a classroom setting," Jones said.
Students at the Farm are able to apply things they've learned into real-life situations.
"I can identify nutrient deficiencies in the field more easily, and I know how to install irrigation systems. I'm constantly learning new skills," Jones said.
"Even though I'm a nutritional science major, I've learned so much interning here at Howdy Farm," said Farm intern Taylor Stolt. "I think having a garden of your own, even something small like an herb garden, could be a way to make healthy eating more fun and more convenient."
"The most rewarding part of my position as the Howdy Farm coordinator is when I see the excitement in students as they encounter something they have just learned in the classroom," Wahl said. "They verbalize their knowledge to me and I help them understand how it applies to our farm system and beyond."
Volunteer on MWF from 1-5 pm.
Or consider joining our program as a member of the Howdy Farm Team!