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CAHNR in the news

November 17, 2017

Agriculture in America reported on what Center for Land Use Education and Research (CLEAR) is doing about climate issues. One of the solutions is the Climate Corps course, which gives students a real world experience and benefits the community. Extension Educator Chet Arnold was quoted. He is the Department of Extension in Middlesex County and […]

Meet undergraduate student Stephen Hnatuk

November 15, 2017

Stephen Hnatuk is working to chart his course to the future, by being extremely involved within the College of Agriculture, Health and Natural Resources. Driven by his passion for the environment, he has created a variety of opportunities for himself. Stephen enjoys learning about water resources, our environment and the world. Read more about Stephen’s […]

The Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics: An overview

November 14, 2017

As of June 2017, the College’s Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics (ARE) was ranked nineteenth worldwide among university agricultural economics departments, a significant achievement for a relatively small department competing with departments at much larger institutions such as Ohio State University, the University of Illinois and Purdue. “Our goal is to continue our status […]

Learning for a Sustainable Future


Our College seeks to epitomize the role of the land-grant university which is to develop knowledge and disseminate it through the three academic functions of teaching, research, and outreach education. In so doing, we work to improve the lives of citizens of our state, region and country. This role is based in historic federal legislation including the Morrill, Hatch, Smith-Lever, McIntire-Stennis, and Animal Health acts, and enabling state statutes.

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