Our Stakeholders

KBS LTAR is a dynamic partnership between researchers and stakeholders. Researchers include agronomists, ecologists, and social scientists examining the delivery of ecosystem services valued by farmers, rural communities, and society at large. Stakeholders include those who manage, advise on, and benefit from agriculture – in particular farmers, conservationists, environmental advocates, crop advisers, retailers, and state and federal agency personnel.

Field experiments at KBS are being developed with input from stakeholders from across the region. Broad participation helps to ensure the relevance of experiments both now and in the future.

KBS LTAR stakeholders, educators and scientists discuss tactics for inter-seeding cover crops into corn.