Who we are

The College of Agriculture, Health and Natural Resources evolved from the original Storrs Agricultural School, which was established in 1881. As Connecticut’s land-grant university, UConn has federal and state mandates to carry out the tripartite mission of teaching, research and outreach education. The Storrs Agricultural Experiment Station administers the College’s research programs, while the Cooperative Extension System works with 40,000 volunteers and eight county extension councils to provide outreach education to Connecticut citizens. College faculty, staff and students explore the interrelationships among food, natural resources and human and animal health, seeking to connect them in a manner that is economically viable and environmentally sustainable.

Some numbers

Official enrollment numbers for fall 2018, according to the Office of Institutional Research

  • AAS: 62
  • BA/BS: 1761 (Storrs)
  • BA/BS: 197 (Regional Campus)
  • MS: 100
  • PhD: 128
  • DPT: 97

Scholarship funds awarded by the College for 2018-2019

Faculty, staff, and alumni

  • Faculty FTE: 69 (teaching); 55 (research); 40 (outreach and extension)
  • Professional staff: 72
  • Classified Staff: 36
  • CAHNR/RHSA Alumni, as of 4-25-19
    • Total Graduated: 21,212
    • Total Countable as Degreed Alumni: 20,303
Budget FY 17-18
  • State Appropriated Funds: $35,500,948
  • Federal Land-Grant Capacity funds: $3,627,487
  • Endowment: $34,829,592
  • Extramural Grants: $26,040,293
  • Research expenditures: $21,424,721

Undergraduate education

The College offers the following baccalaureate degree programs:

  • Agriculture and Natural Resources
  • Allied Health Sciences (Standard Plan and concentrations in Health Sciences, Healthcare Administration, Public Health and Health Promotion, and Occupational and Environmental Health and Safety)
  • Animal Science
  • Applied and Resource Economics (concentrations in Business Management and Marketing, Environmental Economics and Policy, and International Development)
  • Diagnostic Genetic Sciences1
  • Dietetics2 (Dept. of Allied Health Sciences)
  • Environmental Sciences (concentrations in Sustainable Systems, Global Change, and Human Health)
  • Environmental Studies
  • Exercise Science
  • Individualized Major
  • Landscape Architecture3
  • Medical Laboratory Sciences1
  • Natural Resources (concentrations in Water Resources and Climate, Fisheries and Wildlife Conservation, Environmental Sustainability and Conservation, and Sustainable Forest Resources)
  • Nutritional Sciences (including Didactic Program in Dietetics concentration2)
  • Pathobiology
  • Sustainable Plant and Soil Systems (concentrations in Environmental Horticulture, Sustainable Agriculture and Turfgrass Science)

Pre-Professional Programs within Majors:

  • Pre-Athletic Training
  • Pre-Dental
  • Pre-Law
  • Pre-Medical
  • Pre-Physical Therapy
  • Pre-Physician Assistant
  • Pre-Teaching: Ag Sciences (Pre-Agricultural Education)
  • Pre-Veterinary Science
  • Registered Dietitian Tracks2

Minors are offered in the following areas:

  • Agricultural Biotechnology
  • Animal Science
  • Business Management and Marketing
  • Dairy Management
  • Environmental Economics and Policy
  • Environmental Studies
  • Equine Business Management
  • Food Science
  • Global Environmental Change
  • Integrated Pest Management
  • Nutrition for Exercise and Sport
  • Ornamental Horticulture
  • Sustainable Community Food Systems
  • Sustainable Environmental Systems
  • Sustainable Food Crop Production
  • Therapeutic Horsemanship Education
  • Turfgrass Management
  • Wildlife Conservation

The Ratcliffe Hicks School of Agriculture offers Associate of Applied Science degrees in Animal Science (focus in Dairy/Livestock Management or Equine Science) and Plant Science (concentrations in Ornamental Horticulture, Turfgrass Management or Sustainable Crop Production).

For information on undergraduate degree programs, contact the Office of the Associate Dean for Academic Programs.

1Undergraduate Diagnostic Genetic Sciences and Medical Laboratory Sciences programs are accredited by the National Accrediting Agency for Clinical Laboratory Sciences (NAACLS) (5600 N. River Road, Suite 70, Rosemont, IL 60018-5119, phone: 773-714-8880).

2Undergraduate Dietetics program options are accredited by the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics Commission on Accreditation for Dietetics Education, 120 South Riverside Plaza, Suite 2000, Chicago, IL 60606-6695, (800) 877-1600.

3Undergraduate major in Landscape Architecture is accredited by the Accreditation Board of the American Society of Landscape Architects.

Research and graduate education

Agricultural and Resource Economics

Graduate degree programs: M.S. in Applied and Resource Economics and Ph.D. in Agricultural and Resource Economics, emphasizing the broad areas of food marketing and industrial organization, environmental and natural resource economics, health economics and policy, and international economic development. 

Research areas: food marketing and demand analysis, empirical industrial organization, food and health, agribusiness management, applied econometrics, environmental economics, natural resource economics, agricultural, health and natural resource policies, fisheries and aquaculture, international development, cost-benefit analysis, local foods, climate change, water resources, land use, sustainability, efficiency and productivity, innovation and technology change, international trade, and production agriculture.

Allied Health Sciences

Post Bacc Certificates: Dietetic internship, Certificate Program in Health Promotion and Health Education, Certificate Program in Medical Laboratory Sciences, Certificate Program in Diagnostic Genetic Sciences, Certificate in Occupational Safety and Health.

Graduate degree program: M.S. and Ph.D. in Health Promotion Sciences emphasizing behavioral, social and environmental influences in chronic diseases and conditions and to apply the principles and practices of health promotion and health behavior change to create innovative solutions for current and emerging health challenges. A Professional Science Masters in Health Care Genetics Program providing training in genome-based technologies and approaches to clinical diagnostic testing, health promotion and individualized health care.

Research areas: These fall into areas of chronic disease prevention and intervention (HIV/AIDS, obesity, cancer, cardiovascular disease, osteoporosis and autoimmune disease) in school, work-sites and communities; high-risk behavioral interventions; meta-analysis and multilevel statistical modelling; and diagnostic modalities, stem-cells, chromosomal instability and the epigenome are among the ongoing research activities within the department.

Animal Science

Graduate degree programs: M.S. and Ph.D. in Animal Science
The M.S. degree offers students the opportunity to emphasize study in animal behavior, food science, food microbiology, functional genomics, nutrition, growth physiology, lactation physiology, reproductive physiology, muscle biology, endocrinology, and production management within Animal Science.

Ph.D. degree program offers several areas of concentration including Animal Genetics and Regenerative Biology, Growth and Reproductive Physiology, Animal Nutrition, and Food Microbiology and Safety.

Research areas: animal nutrition and metabolism, control of lactation and growth, embryology, endocrinology, food microbiology and safety, food science, molecular growth and muscle physiology, reproductive physiology and stem cell biology.


Graduate degree programs:
M.S. and Ph.D. in Exercise Science
Online Graduate Certificate Program in Exercise Prescription
Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT)
M.S. in Athletic Training – beginning summer 2019

Research areas: environmental physiology, thermoregulation and heat illness, exercise ‘omics’, cardiovascular physiology, endocrinology, exercise prescription for a variety of clinical populations and types of exercise, sport-related injury preventions, physical literacy, muscle physiology, interactions between exercise, medications and health outcomes, and sudden death in sport

Research and clinical areas: neurological rehabilitation, Parkinson’s disease, spine and shoulder disorders, knee injuries and osteoarthritis, early intervention/pediatric care; geriatric care

Natural Resources and the Environment

Graduate degree programs: M.S. and Ph.D. in Natural Resources with areas of concentration in environmental sustainability and conservation, fisheries and wildlife conservation, sustainable forest resources, and water resources and climate.

The Sustainable Environmental Planning & Management (SEPM) online graduate certificate program is available to anyone with a bachelors degree and includes 5 graduate courses.

Research areas: forest and wild land meteorology, biometeorology, air pollution meteorology, climate modeling, hydrological modeling, rainfall-runoff relationships, pollutant transport, evaporation-infiltration processes, accuracy of measurement methods, development of artificial wetlands, invasive species ecology, restoration ecology, predator-prey relationships, urban and suburban wildlife, migratory wildlife species, wildlife-human interactions, international wildlife, contaminants in wildlife, habitat restoration, forest and wildlife stewardship, municipal and watershed natural resources inventories and planning, fish habitat use and quality, fish species of conservation concern, aquatic biomonitoring, remote sensing, wildlife conservation, cartography, geodesy, photogrammetry, global positioning systems, geographic information systems, forest ecology, tree biomechanics, silviculture, ecotoxicology, biogeochemistry, landscape ecology, land use, coastal processes.

Nutritional Sciences

Graduate degree programs: M.S., Ph.D. in Nutritional Sciences, emphasizing biochemical and molecular nutrition, human nutrition and metabolism, community and public health nutrition, and nanotechnology for biodelivery.

Research areas: molecular nutrition, dietary bioactive components, functional food and cardiometabolic health, metabolic disease or metabolic biology, nanotechnology and biodelivery systems, public health, community nutrition, rehabilitative nutrition, gut health and chronic disease, and immunometabolism

Pathobiology and Veterinary Science

Graduate degree programs: M.S.and Ph.D. in Pathobiology with areas of concentration in bacteriology, pathology and virology; combined M.S./residency, training in morphologic pathology for veterinarians.

Research areas: The Department consists of several units, including pathology, virology, immunology, bacteriology, mycology, wildlife diseases, and environmental toxicology. Our research profile focuses on infectious diseases of animals and humans, vaccines, veterinary pathology, and wildlife diseases.

Plant Science and Landscape Architecture

Graduate degree programs: M.S. in Landscape Architecture; M.S., Ph.D. in agronomy, horticulture, plant breeding and soil science.

Research areas: controlled environment agriculture, floriculture, plant genetic improvement, integrated pest management (IPM), landscape architecture, plant biotechnology, plant mineral nutrition, plant physiology and plant growth regulation, plant propagation, soil chemistry, soil environment and land use, sustainable agriculture, turf, vegetable crops, water resources, weed biology and control.

Note about the above section: For information about graduate degree programs, please contact the appropriate department. For information about research in the College, please contact the appropriate department or the Office of the Associate Dean for Research.

Research centers, clinical centers and institutes

  • Center for Environmental Health and Health Promotion (CEHHP) (Department of Allied Health Sciences)
  • Center for Environmental Sciences and Engineering (University-wide, including the Department of Natural Resources and the Environment)
  • Center of Excellence for Vaccine Research (CEVR) (Department of Pathobiology and Veterinary Science), provides a unifying consortium for vaccine research at UConn
  • Center for Land Use Education and Research (CLEAR) (Department of Extension
  • Connecticut Institute of Water Resources (Department of Natural Resources and the Environment)
  • Connecticut State Climate Center (Department of Natural Resources and the Environment)
  • Eversource Energy Center (School of Engineering, School of Business, and College of Agriculture, Health and Natural Resources)
  • Human Performance Laboratory (housed in Gampel Pavilion, Department of Kinesiology)
  • Korey Stringer Institute (housed in CAHNR, Department of Kinesiology)
  • Laboratory for Earth Resources Information Systems (LERIS) (Department of Natural Resources and the Environment)
  • Wildlife and Fisheries Conservation Center (Department of Natural Resources and the Environment)
  • The Zwick Center for Food and Resource Policy (Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics)

Student organizations and activities

  • Allied Health Sciences Club
  • Alpha Gamma Rho
  • Alpha Zeta
  • Applied & Resource Economics Club
  • Aqua-Life Club
  • Block and Bridle Club
  • CAHNR/RHSA Ambassadors
  • Dairy Club
  • Dressage Team
  • Drill Team
  • Eco-Garden Club
  • Equestrian Team
  • Equine Club
  • Forestry and Wildlife Club
  • Horse Practicum
  • Horticulture Club
  • Husky Sport
  • Nutrition Club
  • Outing Club
  • Paws and Claws
  • Polo Club
  • Polo Team (men’s and women’s)
  • Poultry Science Club
  • Pre-Vet Club
  • Real Slow Foods 
  • Sigma Alpha
  • Turf Club
  • UConn Athletic Training Students' Organization (UCATS)
  • UConn Bass Fishing Team
  • UConn Chapter, Soil and Water Conservation Society
  • UConn Chapter, Wildlife Society
  • UConn Sport Business Association
  • UConn Student Chapter, American Society of Landscape Architects
  • UConn Student sub-unit, American Fisheries Society, Southern NE Chapter
  • UConn Woodsmen
  • Western Team

Extension and outreach education

Extension offers programs and outreach education in food, health, and environmental sustainability. Examples include, but are not limited to:

  • 4-H Youth Development
  • Aquaculture
  • Children, Youth, and Families at Risk Project (CYFAR)
  • Climate adaptation
  • Coastal ecology
  • Community development
  • Consumer education
  • Dairy and livestock
  • Dairy foods
  • Disaster Preparedness
  • Equine programs
  • Expanded Food and Nutrition Program (EFNEP)
  • Family and consumer services
  • Family financial management
  • Family living
  • Fisheries
  • Food safety
  • Food systems
  • Forest stewardship
  • Geographic Information Systems (GIS)
  • Healthy Homes
  • Home horticulture
  • Integrated Pest Management (IPM)
  • Invasive Plants
  • Land use planning and management
  • Lead poisoning prevention
  • Learning in Retirement
  • Master Composter Program
  • Master Gardeners
  • Native Plants
  • Non-point Education for Municipal Officials (NEMO)
  • NRCA Conservation Jump-start Workshops
  • NRCA Teach Professional Learning
  • Nutrient management
  • People Empowering People (PEP)
  • Pesticide Safety Educating
  • Residential water quality
  • Risk management
  • Shellfish management
  • Soil testing
  • Supplemental Nutrition Assistance (SNAP-Ed)
  • Sustainable agriculture
  • Sustainable landscapes
  • Turfgrass management
  • Urban and community forestry
  • Water quality
  • Wildlife management

For information on UConn Extension programs (Extension.uconn.edu), please contact your regional Extension center, the Home and Garden Education Center or the Office of the Associate Dean for Extension.
For information on UConn Extension’s 4-H youth development programs, call toll-free in Connecticut (888) FOUR-H-CT (888) 368-7428. Outside Connecticut, call (860) 486-4127 or visit www.4-h.uconn.edu.

Farms and forest

Farms: Department of Animal Science currently manages approximately 550 acres of land. The land is used for corn, pasture, hay and grass silage production.

The PSLA Research and Education Farm has 153 acres with 40 acres of research fields and greenhouses. Two classrooms provide students practical experience. Research activities are conducted in the areas of turfgrass, ecology, entomology, floriculture, forages, soils, sustainable agriculture, vegetables, weed ecology and control, and woody and herbaceous ornamentals. 

Animal facilities: Units include equine, beef and dairy cattle, swine, sheep and poultry. All animal units, except poultry, swine, and sheep barns, welcome visitors daily from 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM. For information about self-guided tours, click Visit UConn Animal Barns.

UConn Forest: Approximately 2,100 acres are actively managed by CAHNR's Department of Natural Resources and the Environment for research, teaching, recreation, watershed protection, wildlife habitat and wood products.

Events and programs

Academic programs (acadprog@uconn.edu)
Career Development Events (CDEs) (fall and spring): hosted by CAHNR for Connecticut’s High School Ag-Ed. They range in fields of study from food science, to dairy judging, vet tech, forestry, floriculture and a variety of other fields.
Career Night: an annual event held in early November each year that brings together students who have an interest in agriculture, health, environment and related fields with employers in these fields. The event provides students with an opportunity to learn about career options in the field of study that they are pursuing or considering. In addition, Center for Career Development, Study Abroad, and graduate school representatives are available to talk with students.

Commencement: held at the University of Connecticut since 1882. Today, Commencement for CAHNR/RHSA is held at the beginning of May to award degrees to our graduating students.

Open Houses (fall and spring): gives the chance for prospective (fall) and admitted students (spring) to visit campus and explore what UConn and CAHNR/RHSA have to offer.

Scholars’ Night (formerly Scholarships and Awards): This fall event is a sit-down dinner to bring scholarship donors and students-recipients together to be recognized for their achievements. Faculty, staff and guests of students are also in attendance.

Agricultural and resource economics
Applied & Resource Economics Club – contact: madina.isroilova@uconn.edu (President); or shelby.caron@uconn.edu (Vice-president).
UConn Income Tax School for Tax Practitioners, Tax Consultants & Tax Accountants – contact: emma.bojinova@uconn.edu or joseph.bonelli@uconn.edu
ARE Seminar Series – contact:  tatiana.andreyeva@uconn.edu

Animal science
Beef Auction
Dairy Show
Equestrian and polo team events
Little International and Livestock Show
Online horse sales
Summer and winter horse riding lessons
Wool Blanket Sale
For a list of more events and event coordinator contact information, click ANSC Annual Programs and Club Activities.

Plant science and landscape architecture
After Hours, contact john.inguagiato@uconn.edu
Integrated Pest Management (IPM) Program, contact mary.concklin@uconn.edu
Native Plants and Pollinators Conference, contact jessica.lubell@uconn.edu
Turfgrass Field Day, contact steven.rackliffe@uconn.edu

4-H Youth Development, contact (Maryann Fusco-Rollins) maryann.fusco@uconn.edu
Agriculture, contact (Joe Bonelli) joseph.bonelli@uconn.edu
Bug Week, contact (Stacey Stearns) stacey.stearns@uconn.edu
CIPWG Invasive Plant Symposium, contact (Victoria Wallace) victoria.wallace@uconn.edu
CLEAR Geospatial Training Program, contact (Emily Wilson) emily.wilson@uconn.edu
CLEAR Land Use Academy, contact (Bruce Hyde) bruce.hyde@uconn.edu
Family & Community Development, contact (German Cutz) german.cutz@uconn.edu
Gardening, contact Sarah Bailey (sarah.bailey@uconn.edu)
Natural Resources & the Environment, contact (Chet Arnold) chester.arnold@uconn.edu
Home and garden
UConn Home and Garden Education Center ladybug.uconn.edu
UConn Master Gardener Program, contact mastergardener.uconn.edu
UConn Master Composter Program, contact dawn.pettinelli@uconn.edu
A sampling of other events and programs
AHS Senior Dinner
Alumni Auction
Annual UCANRAA Senior Picnic
Connecticut Conference on Natural Resources
Connecticut Forest Forum
Environmental Health and Health Promotion Conference
Fall and spring agricultural science campus visits
Graduate Student Research Forum
Institute of Water Resources seminars
Learning for International Development (LID)
Natural Resources Conservation Academy (NRCA)
Annual Fact Sheet update done in June 2019.

Where we are

All addresses in this section are in Storrs, CT 06269.

Office of the Dean and Director
1376 Storrs Road, Unit 4066
Main office: W.B. Young Building
Phone: (860) 486-2917
Fax: (860) 486-5113
Email: cahnrdean@uconn.edu

Associate Dean for Academic Programs
Director, Ratcliffe Hicks School of Agriculture
1376 Storrs Road, Unit 4090
Main office: W.B. Young Building, Room 206
Phone: (860) 486-2919
Fax: (860) 486-4643
Email: acadprog@uconn.edu

Associate Dean for Research and Associate Director, Storrs Agricultural Experiment Station
1376 Storrs Road, Unit 4090
Main office: W.B. Young Building
Phone: (860) 486-2919
Fax: (860) 486-4643

Associate Dean for Extension and Outreach
Associate Director, UConn Extension
1376 Storrs Road, Unit 4134
Main office: W.B. Young Building, Room 233
Phone: (860) 486-3581
Fax: (860) 486-0264
Email: extension@uconn.edu

Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics
1376 Storrs Road, Unit 4021
Main office: W.B. Young Building, Room 302
Phone: (860) 486-2836
Fax: (860) 486-1932
Email: ResourceEconomics@uconn.edu

Department of Allied Health Sciences
358 Mansfield Road, Unit 1101
Main office: Koons Hall, Room 228
Phone: (860) 486-2834
Fax: (860) 486-5375

Department of Animal Science
17 Manter Road (formerly 3636 Horsebarn Hill Road Ext.), Unit 4040
Main office: George White Building, Room 107
Phone: (860) 486-2413
Fax: (860) 486-4375
Email: animalscience@uconn.edu
UConn Creamery

Department of Kinesiology
2095 Hillside Road, Unit 1110
Main office: Gampel Pavilion
Phone: (860) 486-1121
Fax: (860) 486-1123
Email: kinesiology@uconn.edu

Department of Natural Resources and the Environment
1376 Storrs Road, Unit 4087
Main office: W.B. Young Building, Room 227
Phone: (860) 486-2840
Fax: (860) 486-5408

Department of Nutritional Sciences
3624 Horsebarn Road Ext., Unit 4017
Main office: Roy E. Jones Building, Room 214
Phone: (860) 486-3633
Fax: (860) 486-3674

Department of Pathobiology and Veterinary Science
61 N. Eagleville Road, Unit 3089
Main office: Atwater Pathology Building, Room 103
Phone: (860) 486-4000
Fax: (860) 486-2794

Department of Plant Science and Landscape Architecture
1376 Storrs Road, Unit 4067
Main office: W.B. Young Building, Room 122
Phone: (860) 486-3436
Fax: (860) 486-0682

Department of Extension
1376 Storrs Road, Unit 4134
Main office: W.B. Young Building, Room 219
Phone: (860) 486-8944
Fax: (860) 486-0264
Email: extension@uconn.edu

UConn Extension Centers

Fairfield County Extension Center
67 Stony Hill Road
Bethel, CT 06801-3056
Phone: (203) 207-8440
Fax: (203) 207-3273
Email: Fairfield@uconn.edu

Hartford County Extension Center
Exchange Building - Suite 262
Building 4
270 Farmington Ave
Farmington, CT, 06032
(860) 409-9050
Fax (860) 409-9080
Email: Hartford@uconn.edu

Litchfield County Extension Center
843 University Drive
Torrington, CT 06790-2635
Phone: (860) 626-6240
Fax: (860) 626-6897
Email: Litchfield@uconn.edu

Middlesex County Extension Center
1066 Saybrook Road
Haddam, CT 06438-0070
Phone: (860) 345-4511
Fax: (860) 345-3357
Email: Middlesex@uconn.edu

New Haven County Extension Center
305 Skiff Street
North Haven, CT 06473-4451
Phone: (203) 407-3161
Fax: (203) 407-3176
Email: NewHaven@uconn.edu

New London County Extension Center
562 New London Turnpike
Norwich, CT 06360-6599
Phone: (860) 887-1608
Fax: (860) 886-1164
Email: NewLondon@uconn.edu

Tolland County Extension Center
24 Hyde Avenue
Vernon, CT 06066-4599
Phone: (860) 875-3331
Fax: (860) 875-0220
Email: Tolland@uconn.edu

Windham County Extension Center
139 Wolf Den Road
Brooklyn, CT 06234-1729
Phone: (860) 774-9600
Fax: (860) 774-9480
Email: Windham@uconn.edu

Sea Grant Extension Program
1080 Shennecosett Road
Groton, CT 06340
Phone: (860) 405-9127
Fax: (860) 405-9109
Email: NewLondon@uconn.edu

4-H Education Center at Auerfarm
158 Auer Farm Road
Bloomfield, CT 06002
Phone: (860) 242-7144
Fax: (860) 243-0005
Provides educational programs for school children and sells apples, blueberries, raspberries, Christmas trees, hay, and pumpkins.

Retail outlets

Communications Resource Center Store
(College of Agriculture, Health and Natural Resources imprint items and gifts, management guides for agricultural producers, pesticide applicators certification manuals)
Roy E. Jones Building, Room 100
3624 Horsebarn Road Extension
Phone: (860) 486-3336
Email: store@uconn.edu

Service Centers

Connecticut Veterinary Medical Diagnostic Laboratory
Department of Pathobiology and Veterinary Science
61 N. Eagleville Road
Storrs, CT 06269
For admissions, call (860) 486-3738
The CVMDL is a nationally accredited lab that provides pathology and diagnostic testing services on animals as well as tick testing, for to the University and citizens of the State of Connecticut. It provides numerous experiential learning opportunities for students in both anatomic pathology and laboratory diagnostics.

UConn Home and Garden Education Center
Department of Plant Science and Landscape Architecture
Ratcliffe Hicks Building, Room 4
1380 Storrs Road, Unit 4115
Storrs, CT 06269
Phone: (860) 486-6271
Email: ladybug@uconn.edu

UConn Plant Diagnostic Laboratory
Department of Plant Science and Landscape Architecture
Ratcliffe Hicks Building, Room 8
1380 Storrs Road, Unit 4115
Storrs, CT 06269
Phone: (860) 486-6740
Email: ladybug@uconn.edu

UConn Soil Nutrient Analysis Laboratory
Department of Plant Science and Landscape Architecture
Union Cottage
Depot Campus, Unit 5102
Storrs, CT 06269
Phone: (860) 486-4274
Fax: (860) 486-4562
Email: soiltest@uconn.edu

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