USask to spotlight six honorary degree recipients

This spring, the University of Saskatchewan (USask) will pay tribute to six remarkable individuals who have made extraordinary contributions throughout their careers.

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USask partners in new Automation and Digital Agriculture Specialist Program

The University of Saskatchewan (USask) will support the design and industry engagement of a new upskilling program.

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USask soil health research helps sustain and expand Indigenous farming operations

Understanding how agricultural practices affect soil health and quality on Indigenous agricultural lands is crucial to the sustainability and resiliency of the land in the face of ...

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USask research aims to help cows, forage plants deal with stresses

Two University of Saskatchewan (USask) researchers have been awarded $322,000 in total by a federal agency for developing drought and salinity-tolerant forage crops, and reducing h...

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Announcing the 2022 USask Images of Research: Innovations and creations with impact

Knowledge is beautiful. Each year, University of Saskatchewan (USask) researchers showcase their work through images, providing a stunning demonstration of what USask researchers d...

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USask announces new Beef Industry Integrated Forage Management and Utilization Chair

Bree Kelln has been selected as the new Beef Industry Integrated Forage Management and Utilization (IFMU) Chair for the University of Saskatchewan (USask).

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Peeling onions to help crops withstand drought and disease

Researchers are using synchrotron light to literally peel back the onion on cell walls to help plants better withstand the stresses caused by climate change and disease.

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USask researchers aim to boost uranium, wheat sectors with novel technology

Two University of Saskatchewan (USask) projects have been awarded Natural Sciences and Engineering Council (NSERC) Alliance Grants totaling $885,000 for research aimed at developin...

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Agricultural Students' Association raises $88,142.69 for Telemiracle

Telemiracle 46 earned more than $8 million on March 5 and 6, thanks in part to contributions from students of the College of Agriculture and Bioresources.

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USask research: Protecting endangered species and habitats

Dr. Eric Lamb (PhD) understands there are no easy answers when it comes to the delicate balance between ecology and the economy in a proudly agriculture-driven province.

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The dollars and ‘sense’ behind wetland conservation: USask research

A team of University of Saskatchewan (USask) researchers has built a tool designed to estimate a value for wetland services to help farmers, land planners and policy makers underst...

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Measuring the amount of carbon in Saskatchewan wetland soils: USask study

University of Saskatchewan (USask) graduate student Chantel Chizen is investigating how much carbon is stored in the soil of Prairie wetlands, and what this can mean for environmen...

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USask AgBio researcher David Natcher named UArctic Chair

Professor David Natcher from the University of Saskatchewan (USask) has been appointed as the UArctic Chair in Water, Energy and Food (WEF) Security in the Arctic for the next five...

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USask announces new Food and Nutrition degree

A new undergraduate degree program at the University of Saskatchewan (USask) will fill a growing need for interdisciplinary training in both food science and nutrition.

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Investments in USask livestock research fuels innovation, protects animal health

University of Saskatchewan (USask) researchers have been awarded $4.2 million to develop livestock-related innovations that range from improving forage feed to advancing work on va...

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New partnership to increase skills and talent in Canada’s agrifood sector

The University of Saskatchewan (USask) is helping to develop a new, $1.08-million specialized training program targeted at preparing workers for the jobs agri-food sector employers...

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USask crop research aims to innovate, thanks to new funding investment

University of Saskatchewan (USask) researchers have been awarded more than $5.7 million to develop crop-related innovations ranging from plant-based edible 3D printing and packagin...

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USask researchers angling to protect fish from chemical contamination

Chemicals widely used in everyday life end up in wastewater that flows to rivers and lakes, potentially causing serious impacts to aquatic life.

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USask researchers among top scientists cited worldwide in Stanford list

On a recently published list, more than 130 University of Saskatchewan (USask) researchers were featured prominently among the world’s top scientists, social scientists and academi...

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Wild pigs on the Prairies: USask researchers documenting exponential increase

For more than a decade, Dr. Ryan Brook (PhD) has seen the warning signs and been sounding the alarm about the ecological and agricultural disaster the Prairies are facing from the ...

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USask signs MOU with Agtech Accelerator to support industry in Saskatchewan

The University of Saskatchewan (USask) has signed a memorandum of understanding with the Agtech Accelerator, accentuating the university’s role in the innovation ecosystem and buil...

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USask and Olds College sign agriculture and livestock research MOU

Two of Canada’s leaders in agriculture and agri-food education and applied research, Olds College and the University of Saskatchewan (USask), signed a memorandum of understanding (...

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USask research helps keep your poultry happy from farm to Thanksgiving table

As Thanksgiving rolls around in the United States, Americans will gobble up nearly 46 million turkeys over the holiday long weekend, just as Canadians devoured 2.5 million of the b...

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Uncovering the secrets of the earth to mitigate climate change

In a teaspoon of soil, there are more microorganisms than humans on Earth. One teaspoon has billions of microbes, and tens of thousands of different kinds.

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Improving the sustainability of the beef industry through applied research

There is mounting pressure on the beef industry to be more efficient and use less resources.

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Graduate student making contributions to improve the poultry industry

Sameeha Jhetam’s love of animals is what attracted her to animal welfare research.

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Unlocking the genetic mysteries behind beef

Dr. Mika Asai-Coakwell (PhD) shares her passion about genetics.

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Crop Development Centre launching new look to celebrate a half century of success

The Crop Development Centre (CDC) at the University of Saskatchewan (USask) is a powerhouse of research that’s propelled Canadian agriculture forward for five decades—and it shows ...

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For the love of plants

Jackie Bantle brings passion to the role of greenhouse manager.

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Supporting farm and family

Alumna Tiffany Martinka switched lanes from a corporate agriculture career to advocacy.

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Finding solutions in unlikely places

How Bishnu Acharya looks to agricultural byproducts for inspiration.

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The art, science and conservation of prescribed fires

The Canadian Prairies Prescribed Fire Exchange enhances partnerships and training to support ecosystem management across the prairie provinces.

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Ensuring the longevity of our critical research and extension activity

New funding model for professorships brings the Beef Industry Integrated Forage Management and Utilization Chair to the University of Saskatchewan (USask).

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Government of Canada funding boosts travel opportunities for USask students

The College of Agriculture and Bioresources and the College of Arts and Science and have been awarded a total of almost $950,000 through the Global Skills Opportunity program.

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USask chickpea research aims to improve important food source for low- and lower-middle-income countries

University of Saskatchewan (USask) researchers are part of a global team that used DNA to track the genetic evolution and migration of the chickpea, offering insights that could le...

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AgBio graduate discovers a love of research

Jemin Mangukiya is graduating this fall with a BSA in Crop Science with Great Distinction.

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USask Food Science PhD graduate finds success with industry engagement

Maria Romero-Peña is graduating this fall with a PhD in Food Science specializing in Nanotechnology.

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USask to celebrate distinguished honorary degree recipients

The University of Saskatchewan (USask) will honour two individuals who have made major contributions to their communities and the country, with special tributes during this year’s ...

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USask researcher and Paralympian seeks plant-based solution to iron deficiency

A new breed of field peas may lead to the development of an effective ‘food-first’ iron supplement.

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USask announces new Insect Research Facility

The new University of Saskatchewan (USask) Insect Research Facility (USIRF) will be the first of its kind in a western Canadian university and one of only a handful of facilities i...

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USask researchers awarded over $440,000 in SSHRC funding to kickstart research with social impact

Eight University of Saskatchewan (USask) researchers have been awarded nearly $445,000 in funding to support multiple projects that bridge history and social innovation.

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Newest Schulich Leaders welcomed to USask

Cole Willmann and Eva Sosnina have been named the University of Saskatchewan (USask) 2021 recipients of the prestigious Schulich Leader Scholarship, the largest science, technology...

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USask research: Finding feed solutions for drought conditions

With a history dating back more than a century through five generations of Métis farmers, Megan Wasden has a deep appreciation and connection to the land.

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Agricultural Rebound Phenomenon: USask researchers warn of increased water demand on the South Saskatchewan River Basin

As farmers adopt high-tech irrigation systems to manage water use for economic, conservation, and environmental reasons, University of Saskatchewan (USask) researchers suggest poli...

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LFCE summer field day returns

After a one-year hiatus, the annual Summer Field Day at the University of Saskatchewan’s (USask) Livestock and Forage Centre of Excellence (LFCE) took place earlier this summer on ...

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College of Agriculture and Bioresources supports graduate students who become parents

The new paid parental leave program will provide funding for eligible students.

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New Research Chair at USask will help maximize environmental, economic benefits of forage crops

A new Beef Industry Integrated Forage Management and Utilization Chair will be established at the University of Saskatchewan (USask) to connect the study of soils, plants, animals,...

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USask AgBio student finds her place among research community

“I can definitely say I am in the right career path.”

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New USask research has potential to make fava beans a new favourite from farm to fork

A once popular high-protein legume crop with potential to make farming more environmentally sustainable is poised for reinvigorated popularity, thanks to an international research ...

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USask students thrive in career transition with support from RBC Future Launch

RBC commits $1 million to expand the RBC Learn to Work, Work to Learn program.

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USask agricultural researcher receives $2.5 million in support from the Governments of Canada and Saskatchewan

University of Saskatchewan (USask) researcher Dr. Yongfeng Ai (PhD) has been awarded $2.5 million through the Canadian Agricultural Partnership to improve the processes of transfor...

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Indigenous students honoured during USask graduation celebration

With origins dating back to the 1980s, an annual powwow has been held on the University of Saskatchewan (USask) main campus in Saskatoon to celebrate the academic achievements of M...

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Wax Proves Key to Protecting Crops from Drought and Frost

A team of researchers used the Canadian Light Source (CLS) at the University of Saskatchewan (USask) to show that cuticular wax—a waxy layer that covers exterior surfaces of plants...

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USask researchers awarded over $5 million in NSERC Discovery Grants

University of Saskatchewan (USask) researchers have been awarded nearly $5.7 million from Canada’s Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council’s (NSERC) Discovery Grants Prog...

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AgBio graduate plants the seeds of success

Cheyenne Dumont is graduating at Spring Convocation with Diplomas in Agribusiness and Agronomy.

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Kanawayihetaytan Askiy graduate supports First Nation communities’ land management

Robby Bear is graduating at Spring Convocation with the Kanawayihetaytan Askiy Certificate from the College of Agriculture and Bioresources at the University of Saskatchewan (USask...

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Budding plant scientist thrives in USask PhD program

Zelalem Taye studied in Africa, Asia and Europe before making the journey to the University of Saskatchewan (USask) for his PhD.

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Ground-breaking soil research utilizes the Canadian Light Source

The research could help increase crop yields and protect the environment.

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New USask research will make bean crops hardier, help improve global food security

Tepary beans—a high protein legume common to the southwest United States and Mexico—may hold the key to adapting bean crops for the increasingly harsh conditions brought on by a ch...

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USask to pay tribute to honorary degree recipients

The University of Saskatchewan (USask) will honour five remarkable individuals proudly associated with the university who have gone on to make significant contributions to their co...

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USask Livestock and Forage Centre of Excellence hires new director

Scott Wright has been selected to lead the University of Saskatchewan’s (USask) Livestock and Forage Centre of Excellence (LFCE) as director, effective May 19.

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Virtual Water Gallery brings together a world of art and science 

A team of researchers from the University of Saskatchewan (USask), and others from around the world, are partnering with artists to launch a new online exhibit of art and science t...

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USask announces 2021 Images of Research Competition winners

University of Saskatchewan faculty, staff, students and alumni submitted their best photos of research for consideration in an array of categories for the seventh annual Images of ...

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Celebrating 100 years of horticulture at USask

For early settlers coming to the Prairies, there were few hardy fruits that could be grown. Nor were many available in grocery stores and those were highly seasonal.

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Boost for USask research to bolster beef production with better biology approaches

A multi-agency research team led by University of Saskatchewan (USask) veterinary reproductive biologist Dr. Gregg Adams (DVM, PhD) aims to make rapid strides in improving the prod...

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Pioneering ag prof grows deep roots on campus

USask becomes a family affair for McKercher family.

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New USask research takes aim at improving water security, gender equity, and international co-operation

A multidisciplinary research team from the University of Saskatchewan (USask) has been awarded $289,000 for a project to develop water security solutions that contribute to enhance...

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USask scientists help find the key to decoding rye genome

An international team led by the IPK Leibniz Institute in Germany and including University of Saskatchewan (USask) researchers has succeeded in completely decoding the genome of ry...

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Texas student weathers winter research conditions

Feeding cattle in the winter is a much different experience in Saskatchewan than it is in Texas. It may seem obvious but it’s still full of surprises for a University of Saskatchew...

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USask awarded $6.76M to help revive North American bison population, strengthen Canadian cattle industry

The University of Saskatchewan (USask) has been awarded $6.76 million from the Canada Foundation for Innovation (CFI) to help conserve bison and other threatened animal species and...

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USask awarded $3.2M towards first-in-Canada engineering biology centre for ag innovation

The Canada Foundation for Innovation (CFI) will invest $3.2 million in a unique biomanufacturing facility at the University of Saskatchewan (USask) that will use cutting-edge “engi...

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Graduate students enrolled in AgBio programs receive funding to help set them up for success

Stephen Awodele is a Master of Science student in plant sciences at the University of Saskatchewan (USask). Originally from Ibadan, Oyo State, Nigeria, he discovered USask after se...

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Music and multiculturalism: An important part of Black History Month for USask student

For Moses Idowu, celebrating Black History Month is a chance to promote multiculturalism in Canada, help Afro-Canadians have a deeper sense of belonging, and to support the Black L...

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Canada's Agriculture Day

Join us on Feb. 23 to celebrate Canada's Agriculture Day!

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Prairie Swine Centre receives $1.9M in support from Saskatchewan’s Agriculture Development Fund

A five-year $1.9 million contribution to Prairie Swine Centre from Saskatchewan’s Agriculture Development Fund (ADF).

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Global Institute for Food Security at USask awarded over $330K to provide missing genetic information for key forage crop

The Global Institute for Food Security (GIFS) at the University of Saskatchewan (USask) has received a $331,870 grant from Saskatchewan’s Agricultural Development Fund (ADF) for a ...

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USask livestock research receives significant investment to advance industry

Saskatchewan’s Agriculture Development Fund (ADF) will provide more than $6.5 million to support livestock research efforts at the University of Saskatchewan (USask).

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From USask student to CEO: Michael Hoffort’s career in agriculture

Michael Hoffort (BSA’ 88) is the CEO of FCC, a champion of Canada’s agriculture, and a former ‘Senior Stick’ and proud alumnus of USask’s College of Agriculture and Bioresources.

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NSERC, FCL commit $2.5M to renew USask research chair focused on eco-friendly gas station cleanup

An innovative collaboration among Federated Co-operatives Limited (FCL), the federal funding agency NSERC, and the University of Saskatchewan (USask) is improving how contaminated ...

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Lentils first breakthrough in CDC history of re-shaping Prairie agriculture

It’s hard to imagine what Saskatchewan’s pulse industry would be like today if the University of Saskatchewan’s Crop Development Centre (CDC) had never been created.

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USask’s CDC celebrates a half century of crop innovation

A scan across the horizon reveals how much Saskatchewan’s agricultural landscape has changed in half a century: millions of acres of ripening lentils, fields of sky blue flax, and ...

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USask agriculture researchers awarded $5.8M to help feed the world, protect the planet

Eighteen wide-ranging University of Saskatchewan (USask) crop research projects have been awarded a total of almost $5.8 million through Saskatchewan’s Agriculture Development Fund...

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USask’s Crop Development Centre celebrating 50 years

The year 2021 marks a major milestone for the University of Saskatchewan’s (USask) Crop Development Centre (CDC): 50 years of reshaping western Canadian agriculture.

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USask researchers put forages to the test in intensive grazing trial

A University of Saskatchewan graduate student is combining her love of cattle and her keen interest in forages as she seeks to answer questions many producers are asking about new ...

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USask leads Canada’s medical universities in research income growth, moving up three places to 11th spot in overall national ranking

In the just-published Canada's Top 50 Research Universities 2020 rankings, the University of Saskatchewan (USask) is ranked first among the country’s medical universities for growt...

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Farmer’s legacy will grow and flourish

Recognition of donor, Peter Lewochko.

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COVID-19 response from the college

Faculty, students and staff take on the challenges and opportunities of the global pandemic.

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Research spotlight: Prairie Swine Centre

Infrared camera tech measured as a tool for swine health.

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Un-springing the poverty trap

How understanding attitudes toward risk and risk mitigation among the poor can lead to a better world.

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After the mines are gone

A tundra restoration that puts community first.

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Giving to AgBio: Vern Racz

Scholarship commemorates a Saskatchewan bridge builder.

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Striking at the roots of leafy spurge

Researchers look to prevent the noxious weed.

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Producing food in sustainable ways

As populations grow, so do demands on farmers to produce more food while somehow preserving the natural systems that sustain agriculture—and everything else.

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Dream big

Gurcharn Brar's grad school experience set him up for career success.

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Digital eyes

Digital eyes in the sky offer—finally—a practical way to measure crop biomass.

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Expanding her horizons

Undergraduate brings an international viewpoint to local agriculture.

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