Partnerships are integral to NIFA’s mission. NIFA is the federal partner in a vast network of scientists, educators, and extension staff that address critical issues about agriculture, food, the environment, and communities. NIFA’s key partner is the nation’s Land-Grant University (LGU) System, which includes the 1862 public universities; the 1890 historically black colleges and universities (HBCU) and Tuskegee University; and, the 1994 tribal colleges and universities. Find out who the NIFA land-grant partners are, and how to reach them with this Land-Grant University Partner Map. The tool allows you to discover the specific colleges and universities that make up this system and provides links to the institution’s websites.
See the map detailing all the nation’s land-grant universities.
|Title Sort descending||State/Territory||Type|
|Aaniiih Nakoda College||Montana||1994|
|Alabama A&M University||Alabama||1890|
|Alabama A&M University, College of Agricultural, Life and Natural Sciences||Alabama||1890|
|Alabama Cooperative Extension||Alabama||Extension|
|Alcorn State University||Mississippi||1890|
|Alcorn State University, Extension Program||Mississippi||Extension|
|Alcorn State University, School of Agriculture, Research, Extension, and Applied Science||Mississippi||1890|
|American Samoa Community College||American Samoa||1862|
|American Samoa Community College, Agriculture||American Samoa||1862|
|American Samoa Extension||American Samoa||Extension|