Arboretum Buzzes With Beehive Research
Most students who come to Cal State Fullerton do not expect their learning experience to include live, stinging insects. But for anthropology graduate student Cailin McLaughlin and alumnus Steve Sagastume ’19 (B.S. electrical engineering), that is exactly what has happened. As members of U-ACRE, Urban Agriculture Community-based Research Experience, the two have regularly suited up in ...
Lessons From the Lowly Sweet Potato
Teresa Zamora surveys the pantry at Monkey Business Cafe and spies the new arrivals — fresh sweet potatoes, still caked with field mud. Flipping through the vast library of recipes in her mind, she settles on sweet potato pie and sweet potato muffins.
Cal State Fullerton program digs into farm-to-table culture to help students, foster youth
This is the first story in an occasional series about how the Fullerton Arboretum, Cal State Fullerton’s U-ACRE program and Monkey Business Cafe in Fullerton are partnering to provide farm-to…
CSUF student researchers look to sweet potatoes as natural alternative in fighting aggressive weed – Orange County Register
This is the third story in an occasional series about how the Fullerton Arboretum, Cal State Fullerton’s U-ACRE program and Monkey Business Cafe in Fullerton are partnering to provide farm-to ...
A Farm and Restaurant Program that Helps Foster Kids Succeed
California State Fullerton ‘grows people and food’ to empower foster kids with life-long skills.
Gifts That Change the World
Hart Community Homes featured in an Orange County Register article about buying products from organizations that also help people in need.
15th Annual Golf Tournament - October 4, 2013
Thanks for all your support for the golf tournament it was a huge success. A special thanks to our event sponsors Class Auto and UPS.
Monkey Business at the Arboretum
Monkey Business is serious stuff
Where the Boys Are
The yummy sandwiches and free coffee of Monkey Business Cafe
Monkey Business Earns Healthy Food Certificate
The Fullerton Collaborative and The Downtown Business Association has
presented its first Healy Foods Certificate to Monkey Business Café.
Orange Coast Magazine
Hart Community Homes, Inc.
Monkey Business Cafe