NIFA is partnering with land-grant universities, minority-serving institutions, federal agencies, and other organizations to get qualified students out of their classrooms and into the field where they can pick up real, hands-on experience in natural resource protection.
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Researchers at Washington State University and the University of Idaho have developed a probiotic that fights Coldwater Disease in trout and salmon.
Ever since their inception 125 years ago with passage of the Second Morrill Act, 1890 land-grant universities (LGU) have had a major impact on the lives of students in 18 states in the field of food and agricultural science.
RootDown LA, a Community Food Project grantee, educates and inspires youth and helps to feed neighbors through community gardens.
Extension educators are using Evans-Allen funds to mentor teen mothers on well-being and nutrition education.