Posted: March 1, 2021

The Thriving Agricultural Systems in Urbanized Landscapes project, funded by USDA’s National Institute of Food and Agriculture, is working to create economically thriving and environmentally beneficial agricultural systems in urbanized landscapes.

Using the Chesapeake Bay watershed as a case study, project researchers from Penn State, the University of Maryland, Virginia Tech, Ohio State, Utah State, and the Stroud Water Research Center are working to achieve these goals with input from key stakeholders who are part of the agricultural and environmental communities.

Members of the Thriving Ag project team are pleased to announce the launch of their new project website, If you know of anyone who may be interested in the topics addressed by the project, we would greatly appreciate it if you shared the link with them. Interested individuals also can follow the project on Twitter at @thrivingag.