Through the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources, some of the best minds on the planet tackle real-world problems, crafting solutions that have impact around the world. Strategic initiatives focus on compelling issues such as food safety and security, water quality, biofuels and improved health and nutrition – finding ways to use the world’s resources to the best and most sustainable benefit of the Earth and its people.
And just like the pioneers whose discoveries are so woven into our lives that we take them for granted, we know that discoveries made by our students and faculty members will affect your life – and your neighbor’s life.
Meeting these challenges head on is hard work. It requires dedication and perseverance.
It also requires your help.
Private gifts play a vital role in our ability to maintain and enhance the quality of our programs, to attract top-notch faculty and to continue to remain on the cutting edge of research.
Alumni & Donor News
Published on March 31, 2020
We interviewed MSU AFRE Food Industry Management alumnus Paul Vilker 14' about his time in the program and how it helped prepare him for his current job.
Published on March 27, 2020
MSU alumnus Carl Lindquist and Joy Vietinghoff have documented a planned gift to create four new endowments – two in the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources and two in the College of Natural Science.
Published on March 26, 2020
The College of Agriculture and Natural Resources Alumni Association awards scholarships to students who are well-rounded in their academic and non-academic pursuits and have a vision for their future career.
Published on February 25, 2020
The College of Agriculture and Natural Resources (CANR) at Michigan State University (MSU) honored 13 leaders in agriculture and natural resources.
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