(FFA New Horizons) For CFANS agricultural education alumnus Ed Terry, teaching young people about agriculture isn’t just a profession. It’s also a passion he’s cultivated for half a century. Terry, who was instrumental in launching the Randolph FFA more than 40 years ago, celebrates 50 years of sharing ag education in 2020. Along with serving as a part-time agriculture instructor and FFA advisor at Randolph High School in Randolph, Minn., Terry continues to work on his family’s 150-year-old dairy farm – a role he always planned to take on but never imagined he’d couple with teaching.
(La Crosse Tribune) Peter Sorensen, a professor in CFANS, is quoted.
The University of Minnesota Forever Green Initiative is marking a major milestone in its development of next generation, earth-friendly crops with MN-Clearwater, a new variety of Kernza®, the world's first commercially-viable perennial grain.
(Newsweek) U of M research is featured. CFANS graduate student Morgan Carr-Markell is quoted.
(Lavender Magazine) The Minnesota Landscape Arboretum is featured. Susie Hopper, Arboretum media specialist, is quoted.
(Legacy) CFANS department of Horticulture professor Matt Clark and CFANS grape breeding is featured.
(Science News) U of M research is featured. Tom Gable, a graduate student in CFANS, is quoted. Gable also quoted in MPR and the International Falls Journal.
(Brainerd Dispatch) [Commentary] Rob Venette, an adjunct associate professor and director of the Minnesota Invasive Terrestrial Plants and Pest Center in CFANS, writes.
(WCCO 4) Gary Reineccius, a professor in CFANS, is interviewed.
(University of Minnesota) Graduate student Ilse Renner's research is featured.