College of Agriculture & Natural Resources
Institute of Applied Agriculture

sustainable agriculture

bees at fall harvest festival
Lindsay Barranco - Helping Newbies with Their Hives After hearing of colony collapse disorder nine years ago, Institute of Applied Agriculture (IAA) student Lindsay Barranco signed up for a beginning...
When the ground is frozen, many people might imagine that those who work in the agriculture industry have little to do. Tools are cleaned and put away, jackets hung by the wood stove. We hope to rest...
February 10: Challenges and Opportunities for Beginning Farmers Hannah Shear, Beginning Farmer Success, University of Maryland Extension February 17: Movie Screening: Symphony of the Soil February 24...
Working the land is symbolic of American history. It’s pure Americana. But the complexities of running an iconic business today means infusing biotechnology, principles of ecology, and savvy business...
Is it a carrot? Is it broccoli? Is it a coconut? That looks like a palm tree… These are a few of the many questions and comments our Sustainable Agriculture instructor, Meredith Epstein, heard on...
Thirteen students took a break during exam week to join IAA faculty members Meredith Epstein (Sustainable Agriculture) and Jason Entsminger (Agricultural Business Management) to visit Smith Meadows...
Jull Hall has long been known for its creepy-crawling critters, but did you know that its surroundings are also home to satiating, scrumptious edible plants? Meredith Epstein, Sustainable Agriculture...
Well before the sun rose on a November Saturday, IAA students along with faculty members Jason Entsminger ( Agricultural Business Management ) and Meredith Epstein ( Sustainable Agriculture ),...
What are the key success factors for a local organic farm operation? That’s what Kelsie Birney wanted to find out as she embarked on a 12-week internship with Priapi Gardens in Cecilton, MD. And,...

Pages

Maintained by the IET Department of the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources. © 2018. Web Accessibility