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Explore agriculture at UC Davis
Where can you learn to grow your own vegetables? How can we breed a salt-tolerant tomato? What is causing bee colonies around the world to collapse? Agriculture at UC Davis includes everything from working at the organic Student Farm to conducting a 100-year field experiment and studying the path of produce from farm to fork.
Campus ProgressSee full list…
Find out how dining and farming come together sustainably at UC Davis.
Find out what makes UC Davis the #1 Cool School in the nation.
UC Davis was designated the “#1 Cool School” by Sierra Magazine for 2012-13.
Part of the ASUCD, this student-run unit collects campus compost and teaches how to compost through the Experimental College.
Take ActionSee full list…
Find out how to eat well.
A living salad bar at the Plant and Environmental Sciences building invites students, faculty and staff to graze on campus.
The on-campus Farmers Market, hosted at the Silo Union Patio, is sponsored by UC Davis Dining Services.
Pledge to take action for a more sustainable campus.
Our ResearchSee full list…
ASI provides leadership for research, teaching, outreach and extension efforts in agricultural and food systems sustainability.
UC Davis research stations include the ANR West Side Research Center, which hosts research including conservation tillage.
The AIC provides broadly based, objective information on a range of critical, emerging agricultural issues and their significance for the economy and natural resources.
Student InvolvementSee full list…
Find out about the major in sustainable agriculture and food systems, sustainable agriculture courses, and opportunities at the Student Farm.
Group supports projects related to a socially just, ecologically balanced and economically viable food system.
The UC Davis Arboretum offers community educational programs and research opportunities.
How to find sustainability-related courses at UC Davis