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  • Male Cardinal, credit-Chris Wood at Macaulay Library, Cornell Lab of Ornithology

    (Bird) Songs of our Cities

    Researching Urban Bird Habitat

  • UMass Energy Corps class uses infrared camera to check thermal imaging

    Can College Kids Help Mass. Towns Go Green?

    Let Us Introduce the UMass Clean Energy Corps

  • Zoraia Barros, Frank Mangan, Beto Godoy-Hernandez and Yasmin Del Rio, in a high tunnel of ají dulce at the UMass research farm in Deerfield.

    Ethnic Crops Firmly Rooted in Massachusetts

    Meeting Immigrant Needs

Male Cardinal, credit-Chris Wood at Macaulay Library, Cornell Lab of Ornithology

(Bird) Songs of our Cities

Researching Urban Bird Habitat

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NEP Farmers' Market Demonstration
Feb 2, 2017

The annual report for fiscal year 2016 from the University of Massachusetts Extension Nutrition Education Program (NEP) is full of impressive statistics.  Through the power of numbers, one quickly gets a rundown of how many people are making healthier choices through direct work within communities. Bottom line: we are helping a whole lot of people in need find their way to healthier nutrition.

Blueberry pruning
Feb 13, 2017

Each year the UMass Stockbridge School of Agriculture and the UMass Center for Agriculture, Food and the Environment offers a workshop series for homeowners and small scale farmers. All workshops have a hands-on component that will help participants gain new skills that they can use in their own gardens or landscapes. Locations and registration fees vary.

Dr. Rakesh Chandran, NEWSS Past-President presents award to Dr. Hilary Sandler
Feb 15, 2017

Dr. Hilary Sander, extension associate professor at the UMass Cranberry Station, has received the Northeastern Weed Science Society’s (NEWSS) highest award on January 4, 2017 at the annual meeting of the Northeastern Plant, Pest, and Soils Conference in Philadelphia. She was elected “Fellow,” the highest honor that can be conferred upon a member. This life-time achievement award recognizes her steadfast dedication to research in the field of weed science.

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