College Research Tour

The College of Agricultural Sciences supports over 260 active research projects that address Pennsylvania priorities such as bioenergy and bioproduct research; environmental sustainability; economic sustainability; animal, plant and human health; food quality and safety; and family and youth development.

The Penn State Ag Council College Research Tour is held in September and allows attendees to witness first-hand the depth and breadth of the research done at the College and the practical application and importance of the research to the agribusiness community and the public. It also provides an opportunity for council members to interact with legislators and reinforce constituency support for research appropriations.