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Three Sisters: Corn

NAECC and Student Farm continue a thousand year-long agricultural tradition

Aubrey by Machu Picchu in Peru

Senior thanks the generosity of others for giving her a “window to the world”

Emmanuel Cooper

Emmanuel Cooper - Graduate Ag Research Spotlight

Ben Baumer, assistant grounds keeper stands on fields at Halas Hall.

From the home turf to Halas Hall with the Chicago Bears

Small pumpkins rest in a pile

Going pumpkin picking? Explore the many faces of fall's iconic fruit

Cale Bigelow stands in front of healthy lawn.

Bigelow named distinguished fellow by American Society of Agronomy

Roasted Tomatillo Salsa

Cocina con Carina: How a garden connects agriculture, food and heritage

Dan Kiermaier stands in Wrigley Stadium

From the home turf to the "Friendly Confines"

Student Matthew Haan stands with another person in front of mountains in the Philippines

Horticultural and Landscape Architecture student discusses summer research and training in the Philippines

A lawn of tall fescue grass.

From lawn care to gardening, keeping thumbs green through the fall is a must

Zhao Ma engages with students during a lecture.

How the future benefits from the contributions of social scientists

The Purdue Bell Tower peeks over fall foliage.

College of Agriculture welcomes new faculty members


Arequipa Nexus Institute in Peru receives $4 million for phase 3 funding

Student Payten Brower stands in under a canopy of flowers

Cultivating the Future: Kayla Grennes, Ian Kelly and Payten Brower

Mackenzie Sandusky poses in front of tall yellow flowers leaning on a shovel

Cultivating the Future: Mackenzie Sandusky

Student Hari Thirumalai stands in a vinyard and a smile in front of a stone Indiana Farm Bureau sign outside

Cultivating the Future: Hari Thirumalai


Native American Educational and Cultural Center (NAECC) collaborates with Purdue Student Farm to continue Three Sisters garden

Emily Wendel

Small business blooms while sophomore is still in college

Purdue Pete Weeding Garden

Death, taxes and weeds

Purdue Field Day participants listen and learn from Purdue Botany and Plant Pathology experts.

Cutting-edge weed research tour and info sessions offered at Purdue Weed Science Field Day

Corn field with lots of rain

Purdue-led USDA project aims to double impact of climate-smart Corn Belt agriculture

Joshua Widhalm

A track record of scholarly excellence: Widhalm named 2023 University Faculty Scholar


Registration is now open for upcoming Purdue Small Farm Education Field Day

Steve Hallett

Visionaries: Professor promotes the value of hands-on learning

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