C-CHANGE is the Consortium for Cultivating Human And Naturally reGenerative Enterprises. Collaborating institutions work to build science-based partnerships for meeting 21st century challenges and opportunities in agriculture, technology, and innovation. Partnerships are needed to help society meet the goal of delivering abundant, affordable, and safe food to 10 billion people without compromising the Earth’s supportive capacity in the long term.
October 19: Why are we missing the boat on biogas?
This inaugural C-CHANGE conference will focus on expanding the value chain for Renewable Natural Gas (RNG) from mixed agricultural feedstocks.
October 22: 56th Annual Paul L. Errington Memorial Lecture
This virtual event will feature Dr. J. Drew Lanham from Clemson University.
Spring 2021: Bioeconomy Institute’s Carbon Removal Forum
This forum will engage the ISU campus community in the state of science, education, and outreach regarding carbon removal (postponed from 2020).More Events
C-CHANGE was awarded a $10 million Sustainable Agricultural Systems grant from the United States Department of Agriculture National Institute for Food and Agriculture.
The Walton Family Foundation has awarded
C-CHANGE a one-year grant to advance an innovative value chain addressing challenges facing U.S. Corn Belt.
Several C-CHANGE team members are among the winners of 2020 SWCS awards.
Lisa Schulte Moore, C-CHANGE director, is the winner of the 2020 College of Business innovationENTREPRENEUR Award from innovationIOWA.More News