The Center for EcoTechnology: Helping Restaurants Save Money and Reduce Waste
As a restaurant owner, does it keep you up at nights thinking about inflation and rising food costs? I know when I owned restaurants it...
Learning to Think About Food Differently |Part 1| Our Children's Life Depended on It.
The negative effects of climate change might not be something that you want to talk about with your children. It’s scary and depressing...
Food Enthusiast Class: Chilling & Grilling at Rockland Community College
Pick up tips on how to improve your summertime grilling game with the latest Food Enthusiast Program offering at RCC’s Hospitality &...
Amy Wu: Connecting Women in Agtech to Tackle Farming Challenges
Photo: Bill Winters Amy Wu is an award-winning writer for the women’s ag and agtech movement based in the Hudson Valley. She is an...
An EPA Look at What Resources Go into a Year of Food Loss and Waste in the United States
Hot off the presses, a summary of finding from the newly released EPA report, “From Farm to Kitchen: The Environmental Impacts of U.S....
The Sylvia Center Goes Digital with Fun Food & Cooking Education for Kids and Their Parents
Always focused on community impact, The Sylvia Center strategically partners with community-based organizations, schools, religious organiza
A Culinary Student Finds Hope in the Whirlwind of COVID-19
I remember receiving a call from my husband, another culinary student, on the day CIA closed. On externship, two hours away from the school,
Leslie Lampert: On a Mission to Help You Save Time, Money and the Planet.
Leslie will have you take a dive into your kitchen cabinets and refrigerator to find those items you might have overlooked, have seen better
RCC's New Hospitality & Culinary Arts Program
Located on the corner of Main Street and North Broadway, the RCC Hospitality and Culinary Arts Center offers students a chance to begin a ca