We're #UMNProud of all the CFANS community has accomplished in 2018. Watch this video to see the sights and sounds from this past year, and here's to a year of discovery in 2019.
Daughter of refugees, Linda Xiong brought her love of the outdoors to CFANS and is creating a future engaged in hands-on solutions to challenges in natural resource stewardship.
The wait is over. This fall, Minnesotans got their first taste of the newest apple developed by apple breeding team at the University of Minnesota, First Kiss.
Matthew Rouse, research plant pathologist and adjunct associate professor, was awarded the Norman Borlaug Award for Field Research and Application, which recognizes exceptional, science-based achievement in international agriculture and food production by an individual under the age of 40.