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The University of Maryland Council on the Environment (ConE) has named Dr. Stephanie Lansing, an assistant professor in the Department of Environmental Science & Technology , the recipient of the...
Students from this university will collaborate with faculty and government officials to improve the city’s sustainability efforts after the College Park City Council approved funding to work with the...
Each May, the College of Agriculture & Natural Resources honors outstanding employees with the annual AGNR Faculty & Staff Excellence Awards. The 2015 awardees were recognized during the AGNR Convocation & Awards ceremony held Tuesday, May 5th at the Riggs Alumni Center.
Ed Landa has been captivated by soils since his undergrad days, but they’ve hardly been his sole fascination. His love of art, history, and storytelling led him to co-edit a book, Soil and Culture, exploring the perception of soil in ancient to modern societies.
POCOMOKE CITY — On an overcast Friday morning, Jason Lambertson goes through one door, then another, and peers across a long, warm, dusky room at the 80,000 teenagers whose poop the state expects him...
Dr. Wendy Peer, an assistant professor in the Department of Environmental Science and Technology, will present her research findings related to hormone transporters in plants at the Gordon Research Conference in Italy (April 26- May 1).
Three College of Agriculture and Natural Resources students, alongside six other University of Maryland students, achieved a UMD milestone on April 8th; marking the largest number of UMD students to...
Three College of Agriculture and Natural Resources students, alongside six other University of Maryland students, achieved a UMD milestone on April 8th; marking the largest number of UMD students to...
Congratulations to the ENST recipients of the 2015 College of Agriculture and Natural Resources Alumni Awards! The honorees were celebrated at an awards banquet held at the University of Maryland's Riggs Alumni Center on April 16. The College of AGNR Alumni Chapter selected the award winners from a pool of nominations.
The Soil Science Society of America is coordinating with the Global Soil Partnership and other organizations around the world to celebrate the 2015 International Year of Soils and raise awareness and promote the sustainability of our limited soil resources.
MWAZIPEZA CHANDA – Lusaka. A MOBILE soil testing kit is currently under trial in Eastern Province to analyse soil to ensure farmers have the right information for fertiliser application.
2015 has been declared the International Year of Soils by the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO). Soil health might seem like a snoozer of a subject, but as the global demand for...
Department of Environmental Science and Technology Assistant Professor, Dr. Stephanie Lansing received the prestige 2014 Mentor of the Year Award, from the 21st Institute on Teaching and Mentoring on November 2nd in Omni CNN Center in Atlanta, Georgia
ENST professor and extension specialist, Dr. Frank Coale, has become a fellow of the Soil Science Society of America (SSSA) for his achievements and meritorious contributions to agronomy through research and education, and both national and international services.
Wetland science graduate student Eliza McFarland is the first ENST student to receive the 2014 Garden Club of America (GCA) Wetlands Scholarship Award to study coastal wetlands.
University students volunteered their time Saturday afternoon to collect trash and clean the Paint Branch Campus Creek to raise awareness for the proposed state “bottle bill,” which would offer...
Merriam-Webster defines its more vulgar adjectival form as “petty, insignificant” and even “lacking courage, manliness, or effectiveness.” But make no mistake, two separate university projects aim to...
For Angela Perantoni, the pursuit of a career in environmental science is a philanthropic effort. “Environmentalism, to me, is not a movement to protect the Earth, it’s a movement to protect...
In order to be efficient and productive, farmers of today must constantly stay connected with the technologies of tomorrow. That’s why the 4th annual MidAtlantic Precision Ag Equipment Day brought...
(The following article appeared in The Delmarva Farmer on July 29) COLLEGE PARK, Md. — For a few years now, students at the University of Maryland have been able to volunteer at community gardens...

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