MSU AgBioResearch backs several outlying research centers and on-campus research facilities that provide growers, natural resource managers and commodity groups with critical information they need to remain viable and competitive in the global economy. The map below shows the location of each center.
Clarksville Research Center9302 Portland Road Clarksville, Michigan 48815
The Clarksville Research Center hosts research on small fruits and tree fruits, as well as potatoes, chestnuts and a variety of other crops.
Corey Marsh Ecological Research Center9422 Herbison Road Laingsburg, MI 48848
The 400-acre Corey Marsh Ecological Research Center serves as a hub for scientific research in natural resource restoration and management.
Dunbar Forest12839 S. Scenic Drive Sault Ste. Marie, MI 49783
The 5,760-acre Dunbar Forest is the largest and second-oldest MSU off-campus facility. The forest hosts long-term genetics and silvicultural studies that have helped advance the science of forest management in Michigan and the Great Lakes region.
Fred Russ Forest20673 Marcellus Highway Decatur, MI 49045
The 939-acre Fred Russ Forest allows researchers to conduct long-term research on Christmas tree seed production and other projects aimed at preserving the diversity and abundance of Michigan forests.
Lake City Research Center5401 W. Jennings Road Lake City, MI 49651
The Lake City Research Center includes 810 acres of managed land and 180 beef cows in a geographic area suitable for forage-based livestock enterprises, potato production and bioenergy crop production.
Montcalm Research Center4629 W. McBrides Road Lakeview, MI 48850
Michigan potato and dry bean producers are the main beneficiaries of the research conducted at the 57-acre Montcalm Research Center.
MSU Upper Peninsula Forestry Innovation Center6005 J Road Escanaba, MI 49829
The 1,745-acre MSU Forestry Innovation Center in Escanaba is leading a number of initiatives to broaden MSU's impact in the forestry and wildlife sectors
Northwest Michigan Horticulture Research Center6686 S. Center Highway Traverse City, MI 49684
This 137-acre center sits in the five-county northwestern region that produces almost half of the U.S. supply of tart cherries and is responsible for 83 percent of sweet cherry production in Michigan.
Saginaw Valley Research and Extension Center3775 S. Reese Road Frankenmuth, MI 48734
Research at the Saginaw Valley Research and Extension Center has allowed Michigan producers to be national leaders in sugar beet and dry bean production.
Southwest Michigan Research and Extension Center1791 Hillandale Road Benton Harbor, MI 49022
The Southwest Michigan Research and Extension Center is located in Berrien County, and growing several types of fruit and conducting variety evaluations of numerous fruits and vegetables are just part of the work done at the 350-acre site.
Trevor Nichols Research Center6237 124th Avenue Fennville, MI 49408
The primary objective of the 156-acre Trevor Nichols Research Center is to find the best ways to keep fruit pest-free in Michigan while preserving the environment and ensuring economic viability for the state’s fruit growers.
Upper Peninsula Research and Extension CenterE3774 University Dr. Chatham, MI 49816
The MSU Upper Peninsula Research and Extension Center is a hub for sustainable agriculture innovation and education that is relevant to the environment, economy and needs of UP communities.
W.K. Kellogg Experimental Forest7060 N. 42nd Street Augusta, MI 49012
Established on abandoned agricultural land, the 716-acre Kellogg Experimental Forest is known worldwide for research on tree breeding and genetics, planting techniques, and plantation establishment and management.
West Central Michigan Research and Extension Center5185 N. Oceana Dr. Hart, MI 49420
The West Central Michigan Research and Extension Center is home to research on tree fruit (apples, peaches, pears, tart cherries and sweet cherries) and asparagus.