Teaching and Research Farm

Planting at the Teaching and Research Farm
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The Teaching and Research Farm at SUNY Morrisville is used as an outdoor laboratory by students who take soil and crop science classes. Students have the opportunity to apply the knowledge they gain in their classes, as well as pursue research projects, interpret data and create presentations.


Ag business students pose with a food product they created.
Growing markets. In this exciting time of growth in global opportunity, small and large agricultural businesses in the U.S. have one thing in common: They are all competing for growing local, regional and international markets.
Ag business student
Grow a rewarding career. One of every five jobs in the American economy is found in an agricultural or food-related career. Our Associate in Applied Science degree program in agricultural business gives you the technical and business skills you need to choose from a wide range of job options in our nation’s largest industry, or to pursue a bachelor’s degree.
Students working on a tractor
Fuel your passion. SUNY Morrisville offers two programs in diesel technology that combine hands-on learning with industry-standard technology. Our Associate in Applied Science (A.A.S.) degree program in diesel equipment technology trains you to start your career as a technician and move into management, while also preparing you to continue your studies in a bachelor’s degree program if you are looking to further your management skills.
A student works on the cannabis research plot
Learn, grow and advance your career. As a student in the specialty crops & cannabis production certificate program, you will receive applied training in areas of specialty crops as well as the emerging cannabis industry. The curriculum design will provide the skillset you need for immediate job placement, while also providing seamless academic pathways into relevant associate and bachelor’s degree programs at SUNY Morrisville.

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