Agriculture

Master Gardener Peter Markovich speaks to Hamilton County Master Gardener interns about the raised beds located next to the UT Extension office in Chattanooga.

How Does Your Garden Grow?

The ranks of master gardeners continue to grow across Tennessee, spreading horticultural knowledge.

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UT System President Randy Boyd at an agricultural research and education center.

Growing for Tennessee

Growth is about impact—harnessing the power of education, research and outreach to address our state’s most pressing challenges.

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Virginia Pearl Moore, UT Extension's first home demonstration agent.

UT Extension’s Virginia Pearl Moore

UT Extension’s first home demonstration agent, Virginia Pearl Moore, touched the lives of countless young women in Tennessee.

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Growing Communities

Derrick Stowell had no idea his passion for environmental education and therapeutic recreation would launch a world-impacting program.

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UTIA College of Veterinary Medicine Dean Paul J. Plummer.

Alumnus Returns as UTCVM Dean

UT graduate Paul J. Plummer returns to the university as dean of the College of Veterinary Medicine.

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First responders learn about grain bin safety and rescue through a partnership with Tennessee AgrAbility at the West Tennessee AgResearch and Education Center.

A Tale of Caution

Tragedies of grain bin accidents reinforce safety procedures and rescue training.

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UTS Vice Chancellor of Advancement Evan Beech, UTS Interim Chancellor Linda Martin and UT System President Randy Boyd.

Martin continues as Interim Chancellor

UT Southern Interim Chancellor Linda Martin has agreed to extend her leadership role through the 2024-2025 academic year.

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Outstanding in Their Fields

UTIA faculty, staff, students and alumni are groundbreakers, collaborators, educators and leaders in the agriculture industry.

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Kids in the Lake County 4-H program fish off a walkway at Reelfoot Lake.

Focus on 4-H

Christian-Boyer is among the UT Extension agents now able to focus solely on 4-H and Youth Development, thanks to a…

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Hongwei Xin

Xin Receives Leggacy Maker Award

Hongwei Xin, Dean of UT AgResearch, was recognized at the 2023 Egg Industry Issues Forum with the Leggacy Maker Award…

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A Fruitful Career

David Lockwood has toiled alongside Tennessee fruit growers for nearly 50 years—its work he was, quite literally, born to do.

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Latimer Engineering and Science Building

Anonymous Gift Benefits Construction Management Degree

An anonymous gift will support UT Martin’s new Bachelor of Science in Construction Management, an engineering major developed to meet…

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Power T branded burgers

A Full Plate

UTIA works to nourish the nation through its involvement with farmers and businesses all while completing research in animal, plant…

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Kitchen 218 owners Jake and Michelle Pfeiffer pose outside their new restaurant in downtown Pulaski.

Middle of Somewhere

It’s more than a restaurant start-up story. It’s a passion for a hometown and a desire to see it revitalized.

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David Golden is a Herbert College of Agriculture professor of food microbiology.

What’s in a Date?

A professor of food microbiology reveals the facts and myths behind ‘sell by’ and ‘use by’ dates.

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Tennessee Agriculture

From the rolling mountains in the East to the fertile delta in the West, Tennessee contributes to the feeding of…

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samples of various honey

Not a Simple Sugar

UTM student, professor build a honey of a library.

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One Health

One Health for All

Connecting people, animals and the environment to protect health.

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Beef cattle in a large field

Class Action

A partnership between UT Martin and Murray State uses education to fight climate change.

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The McClanahan family in front of their barn

Family Linked to UT Since 1946

An “Everywhere You Look, UT” mural shows pride.

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Dameon Berry's wife and kids gather on their ranch

Serving Those Who Have Served Us

UT Extension’s AgrAbility program helps veterans who choose to farm and as well as farmers who continue farming after debilitating…

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Ben Neale and his cattle

The Light on the Hill

Tennessee beef producers see sales rise.

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Young ag entrepreneurs with their patent

Finding a Better Way

A class at UT Martin leads to a patent.

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