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  • Soils & Composting

    MSU Extension supports composting as an environmentally sustainable practice for homes, farms, businesses and industry. Whether products are grown naturally or manufactured, composting is the easiest and least expensive solution to managing organic waste.

  • Flower Gardening

    MSU Extension provides an opportunity to help get you started adding color and fragrance to your lawn and/or garden.

  • Home Lawns

    Welcome to Michigan State University’s website featuring our news, recommendations and resources for home lawns.

  • Vegetable Gardening

    MSU Extension focuses on providing successful information and resources about vegetable gardening, to anyone of any level.

  • Indoor Plants & Pests

    Plants are commonly used as decorations within a households interior. MSU Extension provides an educational opportunity for you to view common resources and articles regarding the maintain of indoor plants and the pests.

  • Backyard Fruit

    MSU extension provides an educational opportunity for you to gain knowledge and experience incorporating various types of fruit into your diet.

  • Home Trees & Shrubs

    Learn how to make your yard more attractive by keeping up to date with the events and resources about maintaining the trees and shrubs in your yard.

  • Pollinators & Pollination

    MSU Extension’s focus on pollinators and pollination brings together educators and researchers who are working with experts around the country to provide the latest information through webinars, seminars, online resources and email newsletters.

  • Gardening in Michigan

    Michigan is a great place to grow fruit, vegetables, flowers and landscape plants. MSU Extension offers many resources including the popular Extension Master Gardener Volunteer Program and the Smart Gardening initiative.

  • 2019 Fall Bulb Event - Southeast Michigan

    Date: Oct 26, 2019
    Extend your garden season with colorful bulbs!

  • Simone Valle de Souza

    Academic Specialist

  • Alexandra Kravchenko, Ph.D.

    Professor - Soil spatial variability at scales from micro-aggregates to landscapes; statistical and geostatistical methods of data analysis.
    Soil spatial variability at scales from micro-aggregates to landscapes; statistical and geostatistical methods of data analysis.

  • Mark Skidmore

    Morris Chair in State and Local Government Finance and Policy - Director of the North Central Regional Center for Rural Development

  • Colletta Moser

    517 353 3298

  • Cedric Gondro


  • Monique Sakalidis

    Assistant Professor
    Tree diseases - detection, identification, pathogenicity and population analysis, and improving tree health - phytobiome approach.

  • John Whims

    Assistant Professor

  • Ashley Shade

    Assistant Professor

  • Boubacar Diallo

    517 432-4696
    Assistant Professor, International Development

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