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Mass. Agricultural Experiment Station

The Massachusetts Agricultural Experiment Station operates within the Center for Agriculture, Food, and the Environment in the College of Natural Sciences to coordinate the distribution of federal funds from USDA/National Institute of Food and Agriculture that advance science in disciplines related to agriculture, food and natural resources. The Experiment Station supports existing research programs and encourages new research initiatives that leverage additional resources and external funding. The Center for Agriculture, Food, and the Environment connects research supported by the Experiment Station with public outreach and education programs provided by UMass Extension.

In allocating support and resources for research, the Massachusetts Agricultural Experiment Station adheres strictly to the equal opportunity and non-discrimination policies of the Center for Agriculture, Food and the Environment which provides equal access to its programs for all persons, maintains an academic and work environment free of discrimination and prohibits discrimination and harassment against any person on the basis of race, color, national origin, gender, religion, age, disability, political beliefs, sexual orientation, and veteran, marital or family status. Click here for more information and details related to these policies.

All CAFE Employees, as well as faculty, staff and students who receive support from the MA Experiment Station must complete the Civil Rights-related trainings listed here.

For more information contact:

William Miller, Ph.D.
Associate Director for Program Management and Federal Relations
Center for Agriculture, Food, and the Environment
University of Massachusetts
321 Stockbridge Hall
Amherst, MA 01003
v. 413.545.5017
f.  413.545.6555