close-up of a honeybee

Ag is Good for Bees

Contrary to some media reports condemning a commonly used agricultural pesticide, scientists with UTIA have found that the overall health…

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Ancient Harvest

Want to try some sumpweed?

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food line for the wildlife buffet event

Dining on the Wild Side

Not your ordinary culinary delights: smoked beaver, squirrel, venison, moose.

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Fresh vegetables in the produce section of the grocery

Fresh, Safe Produce

Each year, foodborne illnesses sicken about 48 million people (one in six Americans).

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The Face of UT in Every County

Extension emphasizes helping people improve their livelihoods where they live. Follow any road in Tennessee, and you’ll find people whose…

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Creating a Modern Farmhouse

UT architects’ utilitarian design blends into the landscape

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Katie McNabb (Knoxville ’14), standing, hosted a gathering to welcome a newlywed couple to their first home in Friendsville, Tennessee.

Welcome to Your New Home

A new home is a good cause for celebration. A recent graduate of UT Knoxville’s retail, tourism management and hospitality…

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Tick Disease Expert

Jessica Harmon helped find culprit behind Heartland virus

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Veterinary Alumni Connect

Members of the UT College of Veterinary Medicine’s alumni council are helping the college stay in touch with its graduates,…

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Ag Day

All About Ag

Ag Day is the annual alumni street fair on the Institute of Agriculture (UTIA) campus in Knoxville. This year's event…

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Eat Tennessee

Before farmers’ markets became all the rage, Joe Gaines (’69, ’76) was working on a plan to make Tennessee’s small-scale…

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