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The University of Arizona Yuma and three partner colleges have been awarded a USDA grant to equip the next generation of highly skilled agricultural workers and reduce barriers for Hispanic students seeking a bachelor's degree in agricultural career areas
Pest management specialists receive grant and field day coverage for their hands-on work and on-farm research.
Only after a species is identified and listed can it be protected, yet we still don’t have one global list of every species. A new 74-nation survey points to the solution.
University of Arizona researchers' findings from studying young trees can help shape forest management policy and our understanding of how landscapes will change.
The funding will expand existing programs and support Indigenous experts, scholars and outreach specialists in developing local solutions to climate issues.
For his innovative and sustainable strategies benefiting growers in Arizona and California, John Palumbo has received an Excellence Award from the Entomological Society of America.