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Collaborations

The Pasture Systems & Watershed Management Research has a long and productive history of collaborative research involving stakeholders.


Current collaborators and projects:

AZOTIC TECHNOLOGIES LTD, CHORLEY, LANCASHIRE, ,
  • Nitrogen (N) Use Efficiency of N-Fix Inoculated Grasses under Field Conditions
  • COLORADO STATE UNIVERSITY, FORT COLLINS, CO,
  • Reconciling Economic and Biophysical Perspectives on Marginal Land for Sustainable Bioenergy Crop Production
  • COMMODITY CREDIT CORPORATION, WASHINGTON, DC,
  • Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) Buffer Effectiveness in Chesapeake Bay Watershed - 2017
  • Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) Buffer Effectiveness in Chesapeake Bay Watershed - 2016
  • Effectiveness of Conservation Reserve Program Buffers in the Chesapeake Bay Watershed
  • CORNELL UNIVERSITY, INC, ITHACA, NY,
  • Cornell Northeast Climate Hub Risk Assessment and Capacity Building
  • NATIONAL CATTLEMEN'S BEEF ASSOCIATION, Centennial, CO,
  • Environmental Assessment of the U.S. Beef Production Systems, Phase 4
  • NORTH CAROLINA STATE UNIVERSITY, RALEIGH, NC,
  • A National Fertility Database to Increase the Productivity of U.S. Agriculture
  • PENNSYLVANIA ASSOCIATION FOR SUSTAINABLE AGRI, Millheim, PA,
  • Pennsylvania’s Dairy Agriculture Working Group
  • PENNSYLVANIA STATE UNIVERSITY, THE, UNIVERSITY PARK, PA,
  • Effectiveness of Conservation Reserve Program Buffers in the Chesapeake Bay Watershed - 2016
  • APEX Modeling of Temperate Humid Pastures
  • Assessing Chesapeake Riparian Buffer Effectiveness Through Spatial and Temporal Monitoring and Modeling
  • Tactical and Systemic Management of Nutrients to Balance Water Quality and Agricultural Production Priorities
  • Evaluating Strategies to Adapt Northeast Dairy Cropping Systems to Climate Change Projections
  • Assessing Chesapeake Riparian Buffer Effectiveness Through Spatial and Temporal Monitoring and Modeling - Part 2
  • Research and Development on the MAPHEX (MAnure PHosphorus EXtraction) System
  • A Novel Manure Phosphorus Extraction System (MAPHEX)
  • Effectiveness of Conservation Reserve Program Buffers in the Chesapeake Bay Watershed - 2017
  • Sustainable Turf Grass Management Under The Long Term Agro-ecosystem Research Network
  • Parameterizing the APEX Model for Temperate Humid Pastures
  • Long Term Agroecosystem Research Network (LTAR) Upper Chesapeake Bay Conewago Watershed Monitoring Project
  • Penn State Northeast Climate Hub Risk Assessment and Capacity Building
  • CEAP 2018 - Evaluating Agricultural Planning Framework in CEAP Watersheds
  • Long Term Agroecosystem Research Network (LTAR) Croplands Common Experiment
  • Genomic Selection and Crossbreeding for the Health in Organic Dairy Cattle
  • RUTGERS, THE STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW JERSEY, NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ,
  • Characterizing Hydrological Processes Linking Agricultural Phosphorus Sources with Surface and Ground Waters Using Near-Surface Geophysics
  • SOUTH DAKOTA STATE UNIVERSITY, BROOKINGS, SD,
  • Process-Based Nutrient Modeling of Integrated Beef Cattle Finishing and Crop Production Systems in the Northern Great Plains
  • UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND, PRINCESS ANNE, MD,
  • An Examination of the Autochthonous Sources of Urea in Watersheds and Potential Role of Microbial Activity
  • University of Maryland Eastern Shore Chesapeake Water Quality Center
  • UNIVERSITY OF MASSACHUSETTS, Hadley, MA,
  • Nitrogen Management at the Watershed Scale: The Role of Cranberry Agriculture
  • Water and Nutrient Management of Cranberry Farms in Massachusetts
  • UNIVERSITY OF VERMONT & STATE AGRICULTURAL CO, BURLINGTON, VT,
  • Forage brassicas to mitigate methane emissions and increase economic sustainability of forage-based dairy systems
  • UNIVERSITY SYSTEM OF NEW HAMPSHIRE, Durham, NH,
  • Unraveling Challenges and Opportunities of Kelp Meal Supplementation in Northeastern Organic Dairies
  • Forage Brassicas to Mitigate Methane Emissions and Increase Economic Sustainability of Forage-Based Dairy Systems