CFANS hosts 127th annual meeting of U of M School of Agriculture

The 127th annual meeting of University of Minnesota School of Agriculture will take place on the St. Paul campus on Saturday, April 22. The school, which closed in 1960, was established on March 6, 1888, thirty years after Minnesota achieved statehood. The Board of Regents approved the school and its first term took place on October 18, 1888. The Board of the School of Agriculture still meets on an annual basis, led by its president, Marvin Johnson  (B.S. Animal Science '73, M.S. & Ph.D. Veterinary Medicine '80, '82).