Project GREEEN’s world-changing, people-feeding impact is possible because of its research and Extension partnerships. Actively engaged with Michigan’s plant-agricultural commodity groups, Project GREEEN researchers couple scientific expertise with practical solutions to address real-world problems.
Housed on the Michigan State University (MSU) campus, Project GREEEN is led by MSU AgBioResearch, MSU Extension and the Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development.
Grower-led organizations continue to help direct Project GREEEN activities by submitting their research and Extension priorities that identify critical and emerging issues affecting their industries. Scientists then submit competitive grant proposals that directly address those needs.