College of Agriculture & Natural Resources
Environmental Science & Technology

Centers

CENTER FOR ALGAL ECOTECHNOLOGY

The Algal Ecotechnology Center (AEC) is an organizational unit for advancing the design and implementation of ecologically-engineered, algal-based technologies for water quality management and economic development.

COVER CROP INNOVATION CENTER

Under a grant fromĀ Northeast SARE, a team of research scientists, extension agents and farmers from Maryland, Pennsylvania, and New Jersey are working to develop new systems of no-herbicide no-till planting of early vegetables into a seedbed prepared by low-residue winter-killed cover crops such as forage radish.

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