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Penn State Student Farm To Host Fifth Annual ‘Plant Powered PSU’ October 26

The Dr. Keiko Miwa Ross Student Farm at Penn State is hosting the fifth annual “Plant Powered PSU” event on Thursday, October 26.

The event, which will provide education about plant-powered food options, will be held from 5 to 8 p.m. in St. Paul’s United Methodist Church’s community room at 250 E. College Ave.

Student organizations like EcoReps and the Student Nutrition Association will be present to share the environmental implications and nutritional benefits of plant-based eating.

The event will have activities, educational stations, and food samples to immerse attendees into the plant-based lifestyle.

Attendees can collect recipe cards at different stations to make their own recipe booklets while also getting the chance to try “faux meats.” The Student Farm will also have prize drawings for gift cards and plant-based meal kits.

Those interested in learning more about plant-based food options and the health impacts of different eating habits are encouraged to attend.

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