The FAQs found in this resource are intended to provide 1862 and 1890 land-grant university (LGU) partners with information relating to the POW and REEport Integration project.
Changes Result in Much Lower Levels of Vital Energy Sources for Organisms Living in Water
Increasing Ecosystem Services and Climate Change Resilience in Dominant Agroecosystems of the Northeast
Climate change is demanding that we find new ways to adapt agricultural systems to remain profitable, curb environmental impacts, and minimize their contributions to greenhouse gas emissions.
The emerging cellulosic biofuel and bioproduct industry requires the development of biomass markets where economic and policy challenges need to be overcome for farmers to engage as viable suppliers.
Montana’s Schutter Diagnostic Laboratory is a critical component of extension outreach, and routinely processes over 2,000 samples per year for county extension, agricultural professionals, and citizens.
This document identifies all REEport Capacity project review assignments that have been pending for longer than 30 days and provides the NIFA staff member assignment.
Plan of Work (POW) and REEport Integration: Science Emphasis Area (SEA) and Knowledge Area (KA) Connection
Wondering how critical issues, science emphasis areas and knowledge areas relate to one another in Plan of Work and REEport reporting? This resource helps provide that perspective.
This resource provides all land-grant colleges and universities on a printable map of the United States.
Researchers have found a dramatic decline of 14 wild bee species that are important across the Northeast.
NIFA is in the vanguard of the fight to control, mitigate, and eradicate invasive pests.