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Hey farmer, leave them weeds alone

Hey farmer, leave them weeds alone

By Nina Jungman Farmers have spent much of the last century figuring out how to battle pests. Keeping weeds in […]

Take action on Earth Day 2020

Take action on Earth Day 2020

The Earth needs us, even at six feet apart. The 50th anniversary of Earth Day is going digital – with […]

Earth Systems Science Ph.D. student continues her STEM journey

Earth Systems Science Ph.D. student continues her STEM journey

By Ashley Garcia Christina Estela Brown is a postdoctoral scholar with the National Center for Integrated Coastal Research and the […]

Ph.D. student’s trip to DC to discuss agricultural policies

Ph.D. student’s trip to DC to discuss agricultural policies

While students were unwinding from their courses during spring break, Ph.D. student David Riera was in Washington, D.C. speaking to […]

Environmental sciences associate

Environmental sciences associate

The Everglades Foundation is looking for a graduate in environmental sciences to work on a water quality project related to […]

Student researches how cover crops aid organic fruit production

Student researches how cover crops aid organic fruit production

Ariel Freidenreich, a doctoral student inEarth Systems Science, is researching how crops grown primarily for the benefit of the soil […]

Agroecology student wins first place in Regional Soil Judging Competition

Agroecology student wins first place in Regional Soil Judging Competition

Agroecology student, Emily Morgan, represented Florida International University as part of the Multi-Institutional Soil Judging Team that took first place […]

2019 Horticulture Professional Certificate Workshop kicks off

2019 Horticulture Professional Certificate Workshop kicks off

Written by: Stephanie Roque The Department of Earth and Environment’s Agroecology Program recently held its 2019 Horticulture Professional Certificate Workshop in partnership with […]

Scientists manage fertilizers to reduce environmental issues

Scientists manage fertilizers to reduce environmental issues

Over-fertilization has been a common and damaging practice in the nursery ornamental production industry throughout the United States. When more […]

International Workshop on Agroecology and Sustainable Agriculture 2019

International Workshop on Agroecology and Sustainable Agriculture 2019

Written by: Sophia Serrano FIU’s Agroecology Program recently hosted its International Workshop on Agroecology and Sustainable Agriculture (IWASA). More than […]