Project GREEEN produces industry-driven research and outreach that works to enhance plant agriculture through:
- Developing research and educational programs in response to industry needs.
- Ensuring and improving food safety.
- Protecting and preserving the quality of the environment.
Project GREEEN, Michigan’s plant agriculture initiative housed at Michigan State University, is a cooperative effort by plant-based commodity groups and businesses in cooperation with Michigan State University AgBioResearch, Michigan State University Extension and the Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development to advance Michigan’s economy through plant-based agriculture.
2021 Project GREEEN Workshop for Academic Researchers: Recording and Slides
To view a video of the presentation and download the presentation slides, click here.
MSU College of Agriculture and Natural Resources receives state funding for updated dairy, greenhouse facilities
Published on July 8, 2022
The university will receive $53 million in state funding to update the dairy and greenhouse facilities.
Published on July 7, 2022
Addie Thompson, an assistant professor of maize genetics and genomics, leads the project.
Published on May 27, 2022
From June to September, MSU AgBioResearch and MSU Extension researchers and outreach specialists will be presenting at field days across the state, covering topics from hops and wheat to dairy and regenerative agriculture.