Food insecurity—the lack of access to affordable, nutritious food—is surprisingly common at colleges and universities across the country, and Auburn University is no exception. To help address...Continue Reading
Long-term research is vital to the future of U.S. production agriculture, but farmers can’t always afford to wait for solutions to their most pressing problems. That’s why a new Auburn...Continue Reading
A research team led by Auburn University is working to help peanut farmers maintain and improve their production in a changing environment that’s certain to include increasingly limited water resources....Continue Reading
Scientific discovery can alter undergrads’ career paths For agronomy and soils major Jake Patterson, the job he landed in professor emeritus Edzard van Santen’s plant-breeding research lab...Continue Reading
Auburn scientist ready to create buzz in Alabama’s apiary industry An entomologist whose most recent findings as a senior research associate at Switzerland’s University of Bern suggest...Continue Reading
In Alabama, farmers often say that, during the summer, they’re always 10 days away from being in a drought. So this past year, when some parts of the state went...Continue Reading
The seeds for Paul Dyce’s animal science research were planted early in his...Continue Reading
College of Agriculture to celebrate World Food Day with free screening of Food Debate Documentary Oct. 16
Auburn University’s College of Agriculture is celebrating World Food Day Oct. 16 with a free...Continue Reading
By Karen Hunley, Auburn University Food Safety Institute Tens of thousands of...Continue Reading
An 8,000-square-foot administrative and education facility scheduled for completion at Auburn University’s Charles C. Miller...Continue Reading
In southwest Alabama’s Clarke and Marengo counties, agriculture is most frequently spelled t-i-m-b-e-r. “Go north of Marengo,...
The College of Agriculture launched its undergraduate degree program in agricultural science fall semester 2017, and 15 Auburn University students...