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NORTON — An update to city council from the designer of Norton’s proposed riverwalk could not have been better timed. Landscape design master’s degree candidate Dylan Reilly gave council its second...
Picture above: Environmental Horticulture (PLSC 452) students learning about urban farming on roof tops from one of the owners, Jeff Prost-Greene. Up Top Acres is collaborating with Dr. John Lea-Cox...
Dr. Uri Alon is a professor and systems biologist at the Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel. Apart from his career as a professor and a science researcher, he is featured in a few videos on...
On Thursday April 20, 2017 Dr. Carla D’Antonio visited the University of Maryland to share her stories about invasive species, and how things might not always be as you would expect. Her research is...
College Park, MD -- For the third consecutive year, a University of Maryland team takes home high honors in the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) fifth annual Campus RainWorks Challenge...
The influence of soil microbiomes on plant traits On Thursday April 13, 2017, Dr. Jenny Kao-Kniffin Assistant Professor of the School of Integrative Plant Science at Cornell University was featured...
College Park, MD -- For the third consecutive year, a University of Maryland team takes home high ho nors in the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) fifth annual Campus RainWorks Challenge...
College Park, MD -- Glyphosate, or “Roundup” as it is labeled commercially is used extensively to combat weeds in corn, soybean and cotton cropping systems. Widespread use has led to a growing number...
On Thursday, 17 March 2017, Dr. Pat Megonigal presented his research on plant-microbe interactions and greenhouse gas (GHG) budgets in tidal wetlands and other ecosystems to the Department of Plant...
This March, the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources celebrates Women's History Month by paying tribute to several of our women faculty who are making exceptional strides in their research...
University of Maryland Landscape Architecture students were in Washington, D.C. on Thursday March 9th, 2017 ! The 3rd Year BLA students from LARC 321 Construction and Materials class visited the...
On Thursday, March 9 th , Dr. Rod Wing presented his work to the Department of Plant Science and Landscape Architecture at the University of Maryland. His research investigates breeding new rice...
Dr. Shahryar Kianian, Research Leader at the Agricultural Research Service’s (ARS) Cereal Disease Laboratory in St. Paul, MN spoke at University of Maryland, College Park on March 2, 2017 about the...
Rebecca Selleck Sustainable Crop Research Scholarship Fund Fighting world hunger. Building sustainable housing. Saving the Chesapeake Bay. The College of Agriculture and Natural Resources is at the...
Norton-Brown Herbarium Fund The Norton-Brown Herbarium is the largest and most representative collection of Maryland plants. With specimens dating from the 1820s to the present day, the collection...
On Thursday, February 23rd, Dr. Jesse Poland from Kansas State University presented his research on improving wheat breeding with genomic selection and high throughput phenotyping to the Department...
College Park, MD -- Yiping Qi, an assistant professor from the University of Maryland’s College of Agriculture and Natural Resources has developed an upgrade to gene editing technology in plants...
On Thursday, 16 February, Dr. Alwyn Williams presented his research in soil functional zone management (SFZM) to the Department of Plant Science and Landscape Architecture. Dr. Williams is world...
On Thursday, February 9, 2017, Dr. Christopher Clarke of the United States Department of Agriculture’s Agricultural Research Service shared the stories of several experiments he performed that were...

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