Eight Week Literacy in Nature Initiative Features Four Books by Local Authors
Guidelines to Personalize Your Plate and Enjoy Nutritious Meals
Interested Producers Should Plan to Attend March 11 Webinar
Delaney Foster, a UT Department of Plant Sciences doctoral student, studies at the West Tennessee AgResearch and Education Center and researches herbicide resistance. Photo courtesy of Delaney Foster.
Eastern newt populations in the northeastern United States and southeastern Canada are at greatest risk of infection with a new skin-eating fungus, Batrachochytrium salamandrivorans (Bsal), according to a study published February 18 in the open-access journal PLOS Pathogens by Matthew Gray of the University of Tennessee Institute of Agriculture, and colleagues.
Professor Charles Kwit is offering a two-year MS Research/Teaching Assistantship.
Agricultural Industry Leaders Provide Invaluable Perspective and Experience KNOXVILLE, Tenn. — Momentum continues to build for the popular James L. Herbert Executive Seminar Series that brings top agricultural leaders into…
CRC Teams with Tickle College of Engineering to Make Waves in Energy Sector
Join us for a seminar giving a summary of natural resources management in the US Virgin Islands.
North America’s Next Great Regional Trail System Receives Historic Commitment