Powerful Potential

Elisa D'Angelo built a wetland with powerful potential—a system that removes toxic elements that might leach out of coal slurry impoundments.

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Rainy Days and Outcomes

UKAg researchers look long-term at the ramifications of acid rain.

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Form Matters

An interdisciplinary team of UK Animal and Food Sciences researchers conducted trials to evaluate the most effective form of selenium to include in cattle mineral mixes.

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Teach Them Young

Through 4-H environmental camps, students gain an appreciation for the natural world.

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A Future as Wide as All Outdoors

The NRES program gives students a baseline of common knowledge from which they can branch out into areas that interest them.

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Seasoned by Fire

When flames lapped at Kentucky's forests this fall, the UK Fire Cats were on hand to beat them back.

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College News

Our Land-Grant Values

The University of Kentucky College of Agriculture, Food and Environment was founded as, and remains a land-grant institution, committed to improving the quality of life for Kentuckians. Our research, teaching, and extension programs are part of a national system that maintains a statewide presence and links local, state, and global issues. Agriculture, food, and environmental systems are key components of Kentucky's economic future, and the college is playing a prominent role in those areas with its programs.

Learning

Enhancing access to educational opportunities for all.

Engagement

Collaborating with diverse institutions, communities, and people to improve lives.