In the Purdue College of Agriculture, students are expected to get experience outside the classroom to better compete for jobs in agriculture and related professions.
These students spent the time away from Purdue working internships to put themselves in a stronger position to land a job they want after graduation.
Staff at the Agricultural Alumni Seed Improvement Association continue the tradition of popcorn genetics pioneered at Purdue.
Purdue Extension shows military veterans a way to a new career—in farming.
Students really dig this class at Purdue because they get handfuls of learning about the importance of soils around the world.
The crop-saving storage bags are a rousing success in Africa, where thousands of people in Burkina Faso celebrated how the bags have improved their lives.
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