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Permalink Leopold Center for Sustainable Agriculture Releases Research Results

Summaries of six recently completed projects sponsored by the Leopold Center for Sustainable Agriculture are now available online. Multi-page summaries and one-page briefs are available for each project. The latest projects concern bird use of prairie conservation strips, the impact school gardens have on children's diets, increasing farm resiliency, partnerships for growing farmers, record-keeping education for fruit and vegetable producers, and results from the Long-Term Agro-ecological Research (LTAR) experiment.

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