The black walnut tree (Juglans nigra), prized for its rich, dark color in hardwood furniture and floors, is native to Indiana and the eastern...
Beekeepers lose between 30% and 40% of their colonies annually, mostly to parasites and pathogens. Losses during one bad year in Indiana reached 60%.
A new book by a Purdue team that is impacting extension around the world is designed to help others in international development build on the...
If you’re on Purdue’s campus in the summer, you may notice a group of students slipping out of the biochemistry labs late at night,...
Mary Strickland is a lifelong animal lover — so much so that she admits to occasionally skipping classes at Columbus East (Indiana) high...
Purdue Ag In The News
Mary Strickland: Graduate Ag Research Spotlight
Mary Strickland is a graduate student in Purdue Agriculture's Department of Forestry and Natural Resources. As part of her research, she collaborates with the Narragansett Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve to identify barriers to and opportunities for supporting community resilience to climate change impacts. The ultimate goal of her work is to help decision makers in Rhode Island to better mitigate and adapt to environmental impacts now and in the future.
From the family farm to an Indiana agritourism destination for all: Dull's Tree Farm
Tom and Lucas Dull, co-owners of Dull's Tree Farm and both Purdue College of Agriculture alumni, discuss how the farm grew into an agritourism destination.
Purdue's Farmer to Farmer Program: Café Mariposa
Situated in the “Land of the Hummingbirds,” Café Mariposa offers many types of beauty. From homemade meals to tropical scenery to handmade chocolates, the café provides customers with a taste of culture in Trinidad and Tobago. For the past three years, Purdue’s Farmer-to-Farmer (F2F) Trinidad and Tobago program has worked with the café to ensure it can continue providing these experiences to customers.