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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University of Alaska extension program teaches refugees agricultural skills
After three years, GoFarm Hawai'i has become Hawaii’s premier beginning farmer development program. While the growth and progress of the GoFarm Hawaii program has been impressive, it is the new farmers this young program has already produced that is the most promising for Hawaii’s agricultural future.
Researchers at Washington State University and the University of Idaho have developed a probiotic that fights Coldwater Disease in trout and salmon.
Keeping Vermont produce safe from farm-to-table