The environmental plant science and natural resources unit in the William H. Darr School of Agriculture focuses on the sustainable use of our world’s natural resources. Whether through the study of plant diseases or learning about our role in conservation, this unit blends classroom learning with hands-on laboratory and field experiences.
The undergraduate programs included within this unit include programs that focus on plant usage, soil conservation and education:
To provide you with valuable hands-on experience, the School of Agriculture operates a number of research facilities. Specifically, the Fruit Experiment Station in Mountain Grove conducts state-of-the-art research in plant genetics and disease resistance. Greenhouses are available in Karls Hall along with laboratory classrooms in the new Christopher S. Bond Learning Center at the William H. Darr Agricultural Center in Springfield.