Land Grant Goods (LGG) is a value-added agriculture business founded and managed by students at Michigan State University.
LGG gives students the opportunity to assess the current food system and produce products that are locally sourced, ethically created, environmentally conscious, and economically viable.
This student run business will support the food system of the future, create the next generation of food activists and entrepreneurs, and innovate the local food system at Michigan State University.
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Bethany Kogut is the co-CEO and founder of Land Grant Goods. Two years ago she had started the Bailey Tea Project, a student produced tea line, which has since grown to be a part of Land Grant Goods. She is a senior currently pursuing a degree in Elementary Education with a focus in Math and Science, as well as a minor in Environmental & Sustainability Studies.
Alex Marx is a founder of Land Grant Goods, providing creativity and opportunities to this student run business. Alex is studying Environmental Sustainability and Entrepreneurship & Innovation at Michigan State University.