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Part of the Arizona Experiment Station system, the Santa Rita Experimental Range is one of the longest continuously operating research areas in the world and is responsible for one of the richest publicly available ecological data sets.
More environmentally friendly agriculture practices are needed to keep the farming industry strong in Arizona, a report from the university's Southwest Center finds.
A $1.2 million grant from the U.S. Department of Energy supports a UArizona agrivoltaics project that will examine how crop production and livestock grazing can flourish at existing commercial solar farms.
The Arizona Partnership for Climate-Smart Food Crops will promote climate-smart food production practices and help farmers reduce water consumption and carbon emissions.
University of Arizona President Robert C. Robbins has formed a commission tasked with identifying solutions to food and economic insecurity in the state and around the world.
A new UArizona initiative will work to reduce diet-sensitive disease in vulnerable Arizona communities through culinary medicine — an emerging field that blends the art of cooking with the science of medicine and nutrition to prevent and manage chronic illness.
Amid the call for drastic water-use reductions in the Southwest, Arizona agriculturists, scientists and water stakeholders will gather to explore future sustainability at the Water Resources Research Center annual conference.
Coffee is the world's most traded product, and it is highly vulnerable to climate change. Researchers at Biosphere 2 are studying coffee plant sensitivity and how growing and bean processing conditions affect flavor.