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From our undergraduate business school to programs in communication, development sociology, landscape architecture, and other fields, CALS goes beyond the traditional definition of an agricultural school. And yet, with initiatives in food, animal, plant, and biological sciences, CALS clearly illustrates the relevance of agricultural research in creating a world that can support its inhabitants. Because of this diverse portfolio, CALS is regarded as the best college of its kind in the nation.

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Events

Tomorrow's Bounty: Sustainable Agriculture Student Film Series

Dec 19 | 8:00 am

During the fall semester, students in Professor Matt Ryan’s CSS 1900 class ("Sustainable Agriculture") were asked to create a short film conveying a particular aspect of sustainable agriculture....

Location: Mann Library | Event type: Exhibit

Tomorrow's Bounty: Sustainable Agriculture Student Film Series

Dec 22 | 8:00 am

During the fall semester, students in Professor Matt Ryan’s CSS 1900 class ("Sustainable Agriculture") were asked to create a short film conveying a particular aspect of sustainable agriculture....

Location: Mann Library | Event type: Exhibit

Book Talk: Civic Ecology: Adaptation and Transformation from the Ground Up

Apr 9 | 4:00 pm

Communities around the world are coming together to rebuild and restore local environments that have been affected by crisis or disaster. In New Orleans after Katrina, in New York after Sandy, in...

Location: Mann Library | Event type: Author Appearance

Book Talk: Farming the Woods: An Integrated Permaculture Approach to Growing Food and Medicinals in Temperate Forests

Apr 22 | 4:00 pm

Would you like to learn how to cultivate, harvest, and market high-value non-timber forest crops such as American ginseng, shiitake mushrooms, ramps (wild leeks), maple syrup, fruit and nut trees,...

Location: Mann Library | Event type: Author Appearance