Building relationships and meeting needs have been the focus of the MSU College of Agriculture and Natural Resources (CANR) for more than 150 years. As the first college of a university to model the land-grant system, this college’s calling has been to bring knowledge to the people of Michigan.
Posted on April 17, 2014 1:25pm
Dan Clay is Rwanda’s Juan Valdez. But unlike the fictional Valdez who merely trekked through Colombia with a mule laden with bags of coffee beans, Clay helped nurture the seeds of Rwanda’s gourmet coffee industry, thus giving the African nation a strong economic shield to protect peace and prosperity.
Posted on April 15, 2014 9:45am
The food, beverage and consumer products industries, in association with the Grocery Manufacturers Association and Michigan State University, announced the establishment of the Center for Research on Ingredient Safety.
Posted on April 14, 2014 2:11pm
MSU aquatic entomologist Eric Benbow and University of Dayton assistant professor Ryan McEwan were awarded a three-year, half-million dollar National Science Foundation grant for the support of their project, “A mechanistic framework for bottom-up biodiversity effects: riparian forest invasion impacts on headwater stream microbial and macroinvertebrate communities.”
Posted on April 4, 2014 4:24pm
Brett Blaauw, a former doctoral student of Rufus Isaacs had some of his Ph.D. research published in the Journal of Applied Ecology. His paper, titled “Flower plantings increase wild bee abundance and the pollination services provided to a pollination-dependent crop,” is one of the first to test the hypothesis that enhancing wild bee populations with wildflowers leads to changes in crop yield.
- MSU Global Fanning-the-Flames: Mega Events - Experimenting with Courses Wrapped Around Live Events
- CANR Spring Commencement
- Bug House Open House
- Golfing for Scholarships
MSU Fisheries & Wildlife Club visits bear den
CANR's summer Multicultural Apprenticeship Program
Students involved in RISE harvest from their hoophouse.