Tennessee Land, Life and Science is a biannual publication of the Institute of Agriculture. The subject matter includes research, teaching and Extension (outreach) in areas of agricultural sciences, natural resources, family and consumer sciences, veterinary medicine and 4-H youth development, as well as alumni profiles. The editor welcomes your suggestions and comments about this publication. For information and copies of older volumes of the magazine, please contact Dr. Margeaux Emery, Marketing & Communications, (865) 974-7374 or memery@tennessee.edu

 
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Volume 13, Number 2 — Fall/Winter 2017 (View online | Download PDF)
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Issue Highlights
 
  • The Science Behind Your Food
  • Extension Cored: Robert Burns
  • Grazing on a Sports Turf
​​ ​Volume 13, Number 1 — Spring/Summer 2017  (View online | Download PDF)
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  • Finding Solutions to the Looming Water Crisis
  • Meet Chancellor Tim Cross
  • Teamwork for Sustainable Agriculture in Rwanda
Volume 12, Number 2 — Fall/Winter 2016  (View online | Download PDF)
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Issue Highlights:
  • Painting the Modern Picture of Agriculture
  • Our Friend Larry Arrington
  • One Hundred Years of BESS
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Volume 12, Number 1 —  Spring 2016 (View online | Download PDF )
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  • Lone Oaks—A Place Like No Other
  • The Institute of Agriculture’s Pillar of Serving Our Communities
  • Listening Around the State
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Volume 11, Number 1 — Fall/Winter 2014
Issue Highlights:
  • The Institute of Agriculture’s Pillar of Delivering Discoveries
  • Lifting Up Lives in the Developing World
  • Taking Action on the Gulf Dead Zone
Volume 10, Number 2 Fall/Winter 2014

Issue Highlights:
• The Institute of Agriculture's Pillar of Hands-on Learning
• Trio of Game Commissioners Say College Fieldwork Led to Careers
• Row-crop Producers Invest in Local UT Extension
Volume 10, Number 1 — Spring/Summer 2013

Issue Highlights:
  • The Four Pillars of the Institute of Agriculture
  • Alumna Forges Partnership Amid Waldo Canyon Fire
  • Fishery Biologists Revive a River
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Volume 9, Number 2 — Fall/Winter 2012

Issue Highlights:
  • The Plight of Pollinators: Working to Sustain Our Food Supply
  • Celebrating a Land-Grant Milestone
  • UT Researchers Devise New Precision Ag Technology
Volume 9, Number 1 — Spring/Summer 2012
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Issue Highlights:

  • UT Veterinary Medicine Center Treats Smokey
  • Farm Credit Services Creates Top Scholars Program
  • Perspective on the Importance and Future of the Institute


 
Issue Highlights:
  • Outreach to African Nation of Lesotho Takes No-till to a New Level
  • UT Center Provides National Training in Food Security
  • Dr. Larry Arrington Arrives as Chancellor


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  • Planting a Garden of Hope for Cancer Patients
  • In Smith County, a Community Reinvents Itself
  • Advancing Tennessee Through Strategic Extension
Issue Highlights:
  • UT AgResearch Discoveries that Make a Difference
  • Taking Steps to Protect U.S. Agriculture and Food Supply
  • Student Biosystems Teams Shine in International Competitions

Volume 7, Number 1 — Spring/Summer 2010

Issue Highlights:
  • Celebrating UT Extension and 4-H's Centennial
  • A Veterinarian Alum Blogs on His Life, Work
  • Workshops and Tours Promote Direct Farm Marketing
 

 




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