Across the Research and Outreach system, a unique network of research field sites allows researchers to study the physical, biological, social and economic effects on, and of, agricultural production systems with the goal of enhancing Minnesota.
Research and Outreach Center scientists are technicians living and working throughout the state who address important agricultural challenges that affect agronomy, livestock and horticulture. Read more about Enhancing Minnesota Agriculture >>
Across the Research and Outreach Center network, scientists are studying water quality, forest conservation, sustainable cropping systems and livestock production, renewable energy and how Minnesota's changing climate will affect its quality of life. Read more about Enhancing Minnesota Natural Resources >>
Through hands-on learning and field experiences, the centers prepare the 21st-century workforce in Minnesota's food, agricultural and natural resource industries while ensuring that professionals stay up-to-date through continuing education. Read more about Enhancing Engagement, Outreach, and Education >>