College of Agriculture & Natural Resources
Institute of Applied Agriculture


Garden Meeting

Tuesday, Apr. 9, 10:00am to 11:00am
Public Health Garden between Eppley and Public Health Garden Building
The Public Health Garden Club will meet. Click here to learn more about the club.
Be sure to be up early on Sunday March 24 th and tuned into FOX 45 TV Baltimore. IAA Director Glori Hyman will be interviewed live in studio during WBFF’s WEEKEND MORNING SHOW at approximately 7:50...
Recent IAA graduate Sydney Wallace is managing one of the world’s most technologically advanced greenhouses. Where? Right here at the University of Maryland campus. A 2012 IAA Agricultural Business...

UMD Forensics Team Meeting

Wednesday, Feb. 20, 5:00pm
0215 Symons Hall
On October 18, 2012 a dozen feisty freshmen came to Symons Hall to engage in debate discussion with IAA Oral Communication lecturer Nina LaTassa, who spoke about participating competitively against other East-coast colleges and universities in events such as persuasion, impromptu speaking,...
The Institute of Applied Agriculture (IAA) will be hosting a variety of sustainable lectures open to current and prospective students, staff, faculty and the public. The lectures will be held...

Thanksgiving Break

Thursday, Nov. 22 (All day) to Friday, Nov. 23 (All day)
University of Maryland College Park
The University of Maryland will be closed on Thursday, November 22 and Friday, November 23 for the Thanksgiving break.
When it comes to Turfgrass Management, first-year IAA student Michael Cariello has deep family roots. The 18-year-old Fallston, Maryland, resident hopes to someday follow in his father’s footsteps (...

2nd Annual Garden Potluck

Wednesday, Oct. 3, 11:00am to 2:00pm
Benjamin Building
Have lunch, learn about gardening on campus, and network with UMD garden group members RSVP to or just show up! Sandwiches, drinks, cups, plates, and utensils will be provided. Please bring sides/snacks from home or the Farmers Market (11-3 in front of Cole). Many thanks to...
Forty miles from Washington DC in Loudoun County VA, a new development named Willowsford is being built. So what? That’s nothing new. Ah, but this one is unique and has ties to the IAA. The...


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