It was just announced today that a major cross-college initiative, led by our colleagues in Agricultural Science, has been funded through the university's strategic planning funding platform. A particularly big shout out to
the College of Agricultural Sciences' Matt Royer (pictured right), Director of the Agriculture and Environment Center, who did the heavy lifting to put the proposal together.
More on all the funded projects here.
Smeal is involved in the funded project called "PA in Balance" and is focused on the non-point source pollution in Pennsylvania and the preservation of productive farms and ultimately a productive, and healthy Chesapeake Bay.