LSU was recently named a recipient of the 2020 Sustainability Innovation Award by APPA, a national education facilities association previously known as the Association of Physical Plant Administrators.
It is not uncommon for David Fluker, our fearless leader, to travel to campus and address classes in various departments when called upon. So when LSU Associate Professor of Entrepreneurship Daniel Holt needed a local business owner to speak to one of his his spring semester classes, David was happy to put it on his schedule.
Ingraham spotlights our own Soldier Fly Technologies, our BSF production friends in College Station, and other key players to introduce and explain the seemingly-magical waste-to-feed upcycling powers of the black soldier fly in his July 3rd article for the Washington Post.
Soldier Fly Technologies is in the news again! Local news reporter Rick Portier recently produced a segment on our Black Soldier Fly Project with LSU for WAFB Channel 9.
Soldier Fly Technologies announced today that it has been selected to receive $60K from LSU’s Sustainability Fund to support the implementation of its organic waste upcycling project.