University of Maine

Source: Sustainable Agriculture Education and Training Directory

Note: Graduate and post-graduate degrees that include research in sustainable agriculture in cooperation with other academic departments also are offered. Undergraduate research in organic/sustainable agriculture.

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Rogers Farm serves as the University's sustainable agriculture research facility and is available for Cooperative Extension Service programs and teaching projects. The University's student-run community-supported agriculture program operates on the farm.

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"Graduate students conducting research in Sustainable Agriculture can earn a Ph.D. degree in Biological Sciences, Ecology and Environmental Sciences, or Plant Science" in cooperation with several academic departments at the University of Maine.

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"Graduate students conducting research in Sustainable Agriculture can earn a M.S. degree in in Plant, Soil and Environmental Sciences, Ecology and Environmental Sciences, Entomology, Botany and Plant Pathology, or Resource Economics and Policy" in cooperation with several academic departments at the University of Maine.

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The Sustainable Agriculture Program is an interdisciplinary program offered cooperatively by the faculties of the Departments of Plant, Soil and Environmental Sciences, Biology, and Resource Economics and Policy. Hands-on training at local farms and partnerships with Maine Cooperative Extension. Students operate the Black Bear Food Guild CSA and manage the University's 3-acre farm.

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