Fixing the nitrogen cycle
Tracking invasives? There's an app for that
Encouraging 'green' behavior
Aiding Michigan's fledgling farmers
Partnering for education
Going to great depths
Students compete in global MBA challenge
A team of four graduate students has submitted a solution in the 2015 Nespresso Sustainability MBA Challenge.View story photos
World’s challenges demand science changes – and fast
The world has little use – and precious little time – for detached experts. A group of scientists makes a compelling case in this week’s Science Magazine that the growing global challenges has rendered sharply segregated expertise obsolete.View story photos
‘Worldwide, the nitrogen cycle is off’
When exposed to nitrogen fertilizer over a period of years, nitrogen-fixing bacteria called rhizobia evolve to become less beneficial to legumes – the plants they normally serve.View story photos
Tracking invasives? There’s an app for that
Invasive species will have a tougher time sneaking around undetected, thanks to an app developed by MSU.View story photos
Become a Project FISH Instructor at ANR Week
Agriculture and Natural Resources Week, March 7-14 at MSU, will offer a workshop to train those interested in becoming Project FISH, Friends Involved in Sportfishing Heritage, instructors.
MSU community encouraged to get 'caught green-handed'
Through March 28, the MSU community is encouraged to be on its "greenest" behavior. In fact, the Office of Campus Sustainability will be rewarding those who are “caught green-handed."
Purple martin ‘landlord’ workshop at Kellogg Bird Sanctuary
The purple martin is a swallow species that, in the eastern United States, depends almost wholly on manmade birdhouses to survive.View story photos
Improve your birding skills this spring at the Kellogg Bird Sanctuary
The 8th annual Field Ornithology Course will be held this spring at the Kellogg Bird Sanctuary.The world of birds has so much depth that birders of all skill levels will learn something. The Tuesday evening lectures and Saturday morning field trips will allow participants to learn alongside other interested adults.
MSU gets USDA grant to aid Michigan’s fledgling farmers
MSU has long been a resource for small farms in Michigan. Thanks to a $750,000 grant from the United States Department of Agriculture, MSU will be able to help even more fledgling farmers get their start.View story photosView story videos
MSU partners with UN to defend inland fisheries
A memorandum of understanding between MSU and the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations calls for close cooperation in elevating the profile of inland fisheries in global policies and planning.View story photosView story videos