The Center for Agroecology & Sustainable Food Systems is a research, education and public service program at the University of California, Santa Cruz, dedicated to increasing ecological sustainability and social justice in the food and agricultural system.
A partnership between N. C. State University, N. C. A&T State University (1890 Land Grant University), North Carolina Department of Agriculture, non-governmental organizations (including Rural Advancement Foundation International, Carolina Farm Stewardship Association other state and federal agencies, farmers, and citizens. The Center combines the roles of research, extension, and education, and encompasses broad stakeholder involvement. It embraces an ecological and systems approach to agriculture in which methods that ensure the production of food and fiber are coupled with environmental responsibility, and economic, social, and community viability.
North Carolina State University's sustainable ag program focuses on developing farming systems that nurture the environment, while ensuring the short- and long-term productivity and profitability of agriculture.
The Cornell Organic Working Group fosters and increases meaningful applied and basic research, teaching and extension programs in all aspects of organic agriculture for New York State.
The Macoskey Center is an 83-acre facility on the campus of Slippery Rock University that promotes sustainability through demonstration, education, and research.
SAREP provides leadership and support for scientific research and education in agricultural and food systems that are economically viable, conserve natural resources and biodiversity, and enhance the quality of life in the state's communities. SAREP serves farmers, farmworkers, ranchers, researchers, educators, regulators, policy makers, industry professionals, consumers, and community organizations across the state.
A sustainable agriculture research center at the University of Wisconsin's College of Agricultural and Life Sciences created to build UW sustainable agriculture research programs that respond to the needs of farmers and citizens and involve them in setting research agendas.
The mission of the Center is to develop and foster agriculture and natural resource management that is economically viable, environmentally sound, and socially acceptable through interdisciplinary relationships between WSU, growers, industry, environmental groups, agencies, and the people of Washington.