Forage Systems Research Center conducts training workshops and schools throughout the year, including their popular Grazing School, which has been offered for nearly 25 years. Workshops are developed and offered on a timely basis to address current production issues faced by forage/beef farmers. In addition, group tours are available year-round and tailored to meet your specific forage and beef production interests. Tour topics usually focus on current forage/beef production research. Contact the Center today to schedule your visit.
FSRC also is part of the U.S. Climate Reference Network (USCRN), a system of 114 stations developed and maintained by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) in the continental U.S. According to their website, these sites are used to detect the “national signal of climate change. The vision of the USCRN program is to maintain a sustainable high-quality climate observation network that 50 years from now can with the highest degree of confidence answer the question: How has the climate of the nation changed over the past 50 years?” See FSRC’s site data online.