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Extension Center for Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources (AFNR) brings together University experts from many disciplines to address the complex demands put on our land and water and develop balanced, comprehensive solutions. We provide effective, research-based education and integrate diverse perspectives to address critical issues impacting Minnesota's food, agriculture, and natural resources. Because we are part of the communities we serve, we can identify needs early, set up related research as needed, and develop educational programs to bring information and training to the community.


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Growing Asparagus in Minnesota

Klodd, Annie; Hoidal, Natalie; Rosen, Carl; Fritz, Vince; Tong, Cindy; Hutchison, Bill; Hahn, Jeffrey; Modderman, Chryseis; Keaveny, Theresa; Walker, Jason (2020-10-20)
This 24-page guide provides farmers and advanced gardeners with recommendations for growing asparagus in Minnesota. The practices described in this guide aim to support economically and environmentally sustainable asparagus ...

Silvopasture: Establishment and Management Principles for Minnesota

Zamora, Diomy; Wyatt, Gary; Buttler, Megan; Ford, Maggie; Magner, Joe; Reichenbach, Mike; Burkett, Eleanor; Current, Dean; Walter, Dusty (2017)
As an agroforestry practice, Silvopasture intentionally integrates livestock, forage production, and trees into an intensively managed system. The forage, trees, and livestock in silvopasture complement one another to ...

Bee Block Survey Protocols

Satyshur, Colleen; Forsberg, Britt (University of Minnesota Extension, 2018)

Bumble Bee Survey Protocols

Evans, Elaine; Forsberg, Britt (University of Minnesota Extension, 2020)

Farm Legal Series, 2020

Kunkel, Philip A.; Peterson, Jeffery A.; Brandvold, Alyssa R.; Larison, Dorraine; Thibodeaux, Jason P.; Durrwachter, Krista (University of Minnesota Extension, 2020-04)

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