Military-connected youth have an exciting opportunity to join other members of the military family this summer.
Meeting the challenges of producing a healthy, sustainable food supply requires recruiting and training a skilled and diverse next generation of agriculturists.
NIFA is organized to direct funding and support to programs that address national and global challenges. Our internal structure allows for the collaborative approaches necessary to achieve our mission. This is the NIFA Organizational Chart.
The institutions listed here are granted HSACU certification by the Secretary and are eligible for HSACU programs for the period starting October 1, 2018, and ending September 30, 2019.
A research group led by Washington State University scientists has found a way to turn daily plastic waste products into jet fuel.
Research led by a University of Georgia (UGA) scientist reveals that enhancing community connections for service members and their civilian spouses may be an important tool in supporting their mental and physical health.
Prospective kiwiberry growers in the Northeast now have a roadmap to help them grow this emerging specialty fruit crop. Researchers with the New Hampshire Agricultural Experiment Station at the University of New Hampshire (UNH) have produced an online guide that provides in-depth, regionally relevant information.
Tomatoes are a highly nutritious source of minerals, vitamins, and phytonutrients. For the nation to realize the associated benefits, it is important that consumer confidence in the microbial safety of tomatoes remain at a high level.
Researchers found that seedling sorghum expressed significantly more genes involved in natural plant resistance to pests than older sorghum.
A group of farmers from the U.S. Virgin Islands visited with the West Georgia Farmers’ Cooperative to learn about agricultural cooperatives as part of a Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education project.