Areas of research include Agriculture, Aquaculture, Environmental Studies, Sustainability, Food and Animal Science, and Family and Consumer Sciences.
KYSU Extension is committed to solving problems of those who have limited social and economic resources and to improving the quality of life and vitality of Kentucky communities.
The College of Agriculture, Communities, and the Environment offers two undergraduate degree programs, two graduate degree programs, and multiple certificate programs.
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Pawpaw Research and Extension Program
Third Thursday Thing
Environmental Education Research Center
Rosenwald Center for 4-H Youth Development
Small-Scale Farm Grant Program