Those daring enough had the opportunity to try crickets for the first time after hearing from entomophagist Dave Gracer last Friday as the College celebrated World Edible Bug Day.  Insects come in a huge variety of shapes and colors, and they play a critical role in the ecology of the world through pollination, processing animal waste, and providing a source of food for a wide variety of animal species. Increasingly, however, advocates are also making the case that bugs have a wider potential for helping humanity with sustainable and nutritious food.

 

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