The UConn College of Agriculture, Health and Natural Resources is committed to basic and applied research that addresses issues related to agriculture, environmental and economic sustainability, natural resources management, human and animal health, nutrition, food, and healthy and resilient communities. The Storrs Agricultural Experiment Station (SAES) administers CAHNR research programs, funding for which is provided by a wide range of federal, private, and nonprofit organizations. Increasingly, CAHNR research is conducted in multidisciplinary teams that include faculty from CAHNR, other UConn schools and Colleges, and institutions from across the United States and the world.
Ensuring a vibrant and sustainable agricultural industry and food supply
Enhancing health and well-being locally, nationally and globally
Designing sustainable landscapes across the urban-rural interfaces
Advancing adaptation and resilience in a changing climate
Extramural grants for research, extension, and teaching
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Grants awarded in 2019
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CAHNR's diverse range of disciplines fosters innovative collaborations as researchers use multidisciplinary approaches to address complex issues.