MAES Futures Magazine

Michigan Agricultural Experiment Station (MAES),
Michigan State University.
Website: MAES .

Futures is written in non-scientific terms for the general public.
Each issue profiles the work of several MAES scientists organized around a specific topic.
Recent issues have focused on invasive species, environmental stewardship, the bioeconomy, global research and sustainable farming methods.

The Michigan Agricultural Experiment Station generates knowledge through strategic research to enhance agriculture, natural resources, families and communities in Michigan. Their mission, productively executed by more than 300 researchers in six colleges at Michigan State University (Agriculture and Natural Resources, Communication Arts and Sciences, Engineering, Natural Science, Social Science, and Veterinary Medicine), has enabled the MAES to be one of the most successful agricultural experiment stations in the country. This accomplishment is fueled by close ties with MSU Extension, state agencies, commodity groups and other stakeholders, as well as outstanding legislative support.

The information provided within Futures and MSU's Michigan Agricultural Experiment Station (MAES) Website is the property of Michigan State University. The university holds all copyright interests in such material, unless specifically indicated. While the Michigan Agricultural Experiment Station strives for accuracy in the information it provides, the information is subject to change without notice and is not guaranteed to be current.

"The Water of Life"
The Quality of Water
and the Quality of Life
"Environmental Stewardship and
Natural Resources Management"

My Land, Your Land, Our Land
"Go Green: Turf and Landscape Research"
"Fisheries & Wildlife Research"
Valuing, Protecting and Managing
Michiganís Natural Resources
"Emerging Issues"
Pollinators and Agrifood
Nanotechnology
"Animal Agriculture and the Environment:
Finding Balance"
"Invasive Species in Michigan"
Controlling the Known and
Identifying the Unknown



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