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  • Inspired by Home with Luis Flores

    Published on June 13, 2016
    Luis Flores discusses his background, Garrison Keillor, and the importance of being a volunteer, on In The Field, a podcast originating from the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources at Michigan State University.

  • Recovering Energy: Nothing Wasted, Everything Gained

    Published on July 26, 2016
    After earning multiple degrees from MSU, Kirk joined the faculty at his alma mater. Energy is one area of interest. “Energy affects everything that we do in our daily lives.”

  • CANR Student Mission: Change the World, podcast

    Published on May 2, 2016
    In this episode, Kraig Ehm chats with Rosalyn Brumette about her visit to Japan to the International Food Summit in Tokyo, Japan

  • Cover buzz

    Published on March 29, 2016
    Rufus Isaacs, Tom Gennara and Kraig Ehm talk about the inaugural cover photo for In the Field, how it was achieved and what it felt like to be pelted with pollen -- or cornstarch -- for a few hours.

  • From Farm to Business with Matt Birbeck

    Published on March 29, 2016
    Birbeck, further discusses the Making It Michigan Conference and Trade Show, on In The Field, a podcast originating from the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources at Michigan State University.

  • Smashing the Norm

    Published on March 21, 2016
    Tom Ryan, '79, talks with his mentor, Ian Gray, Ph.D., about his career and how it started at Michigan State University in the Department of Food Science and Human Nutrition.

  • MSU Institute of Agricultural Technology supports 125 years of workforce development in Michigan

    Published on April 2, 2019
    The Institute of Agricultural Technology celebrates 125 years of supporting agricultural training starting as short courses at the State Agricultural College, now Michigan State University. On March 31, 164 IAT students graduated.

  • Michigan State researchers lead effort on PFAS crisis

    Published on February 1, 2020
    Michigan has the most contamination sites in the nation, and scientists are working to learn more about the little-known contaminants.

  • Q&A: David Howe preps CANR faculty, students for remote learning

    Published on October 7, 2020
    David Howe, Learning Designer in the Office of Academic and Student Affairs in the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources, helps faculty adjust to online teaching

  • CANR meets academic needs to prepare students for their futures

    Published on February 1, 2020
    The College of Agriculture and Natural Resources added a new undergraduate minor, several masters programs and a certificate program. CANR also established new state, national and international partnerships.

  • Growing Food, making impacts

    Published on February 1, 2020
    MSU Extension Master Gardener volunteers make a difference in their home communities by teaching others how to grow food and help increase local food security.

  • Faculty develop new approaches to teaching, research during pandemic

    Published on September 24, 2020
    Faculty members in the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources are developing new ways of engaging with students and conducting research amidst the novel coronavirus pandemic.

  • Study aims to combat wheat allergy

    Published on February 1, 2020
    MSU researchers look to validate method to test allergenicity of wheat proteins.

  • Student commencement speech shared life lessons for graduates

    Published on May 16, 2019
    Environmental design graduate student Stephanie Onwenu spoke to 2019 CANR students at commencement about being fearless, open to change and present.

  • Pressure on the farm

    Published on February 1, 2020
    Commodity prices are low, the weather is harsh, and farmers are being pushed to the brink. MSU Extension is helping them cope with the unforgiving grip of stress and mental health issues.

  • Restless Soul Leads to Lifelong Work in Water

    Published on April 10, 2017
    Joan Rose is accomplished. And she improves lives every day for people she doesn’t even know. But her story isn’t finished.