The University of Minnesota established a Long-Term Agricultural Research Network in 2011 as a novel platform for research and education that emphasizes agricultural production through a unified network approach. The Minnesota Long-Term Agricultural Research Network (LTARN) is an outcome-based research, outreach, and education entity. Our primary focus is to help create agricultural production systems that provide a resilient, nimble, and efficient source of food, fiber, health, and biomaterials. However, we also recognize that agricultural production must be practiced in a responsible manner that is consistent with social, economic and environmental desires. Furthermore, we focus on results that are relevant to producers, consumers, policy makers, and business sectors.
For more information, contact:
Gregg Johnson ([email protected])
Jeff Strock ([email protected])
Axel Garcia y Garcia ([email protected])
Forrest Izuno ([email protected])