Catch up with CAFNR

South Farm Showcase attendees learn how ground water travels through soil and rock from MU Extension Assistant Professor and Water Quality Program Director, Bob Broz. Showcase was held Saturday, Sept. 22, attracting close to 8,000 guests.

South Farm Showcase attendees learn how ground water travels through soil and rock from MU Extension Assistant Professor and Water Quality Program Director, Bob Broz. Showcase was held Saturday, Sept. 22, attracting close to 8,000 guests.

South Farm Showcase attendees learn how ground water travels through soil and rock from MU Extension Assistant Professor and Water Quality Program Director, Bob Broz. Showcase was held Saturday, Sept. 22, attracting close to 8,000 guests.

Mary Levy, grants/contracts specialist, biochemistry, takes Collaborating for the Greater Good to the best level possible! Here she holds her grandson, Brayden. Thanks for sharing, Mary!

Mary Levy, grants/contracts specialist, biochemistry, takes Collaborating for the Greater Good to the best level possible! Here she holds her grandson, Brayden. Thanks for sharing, Mary!

Mary Levy, grants/contracts specialist, biochemistry, takes Collaborating for the Greater Good to the best level possible! Here she holds her grandson, Brayden. Thanks for sharing, Mary!

Seated front from left, Neil Nuttall (NCMC president) and Bryan Garton (MU associate dean of Academic Programs). Standing from left, James Gardner (NCMC vice president of Instruction/Student Services); David Nowland (NCMC agriculture/natural resources instructor); Cara Fordyce (NCMC Student Senate president); Melissa Remley (MU assistant professor of Plant Sciences); Matt Pourney (MU director of Study Abroad Program); and Rustin Jumps (NCMC agriculture/natural resources instructor). Representatives of North Central Missouri College (NCMC) in Trenton and the College of Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources (CAFNR) signed new Articulation Agreements in September. By establishing these agreements, NCMC and MU have expressed a shared commitment to increasing opportunities for student access to and success in higher education.  This is done by clarifying transfer policies and procedures which will assure articulation between programs, assisting students in making a seamless transfer from an Associate of Arts Degree at North Central Missouri College to a baccalaureate degree in Agricultural Education, Agricultural Systems Management or Plant Science at the University of Missouri.

Seated front from left, Neil Nuttall (NCMC president) and Bryan Garton (MU associate dean of Academic Programs). Standing from left, James Gardner (NCMC vice president of Instruction/Student Services); David Nowland (NCMC agriculture/natural resources instructor); Cara Fordyce (NCMC Student Senate president); Melissa Remley (MU assistant professor of Plant Sciences); Matt Pourney (MU director of Study Abroad Program); and Rustin Jumps (NCMC agriculture/natural resources instructor). Representatives of North Central Missouri College (NCMC) in Trenton and the College of Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources (CAFNR) signed new Articulation Agreements in September. By establishing these agreements, NCMC and MU have expressed a shared commitment to increasing opportunities for student access to and success in higher education. This is done by clarifying transfer policies and procedures which will assure articulation between programs, assisting students in making a seamless transfer from an Associate of Arts Degree at North Central Missouri College to a baccalaureate degree in Agricultural Education, Agricultural Systems Management or Plant Science at the University of Missouri.

Seated front from left, Neil Nuttall (NCMC president) and Bryan Garton (MU associate dean of Academic Programs). Standing from left, James Gardner (NCMC vice president of Instruction/Student Services); David Nowland (NCMC agriculture/natural resources instructor); Cara Fordyce (NCMC Student Senate president); Melissa Remley (MU assistant professor of Plant Sciences); Matt Pourney (MU director of Study Abroad Program); and Rustin Jumps (NCMC agriculture/natural resources instructor). Representatives of North Central Missouri College (NCMC) in Trenton and the College of Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources (CAFNR) signed new Articulation Agreements in September. By establishing these agreements, NCMC and MU have expressed a shared commitment to increasing opportunities for student access to and success in higher education. This is done by clarifying transfer policies and procedures which will assure articulation between programs, assisting students in making a seamless transfer from an Associate of Arts Degree at North Central Missouri College to a baccalaureate degree in Agricultural Education, Agricultural Systems Management or Plant Science at the University of Missouri.

Brent Booker, farm manager at Wurdack Research Center, is recognized for 30 years of service with the University of Missouri. Dusty Walter, superintendent of Wurdack Research Center, presented the award to Booker at the conclusion of Wurdack’s annual Field Day, Friday, Oct. 5.

Brent Booker, farm manager at Wurdack Research Center, is recognized for 30 years of service with the University of Missouri. Dusty Walter, superintendent of Wurdack Research Center, presented the award to Booker at the conclusion of Wurdack’s annual Field Day, Friday, Oct. 5.

Brent Booker, farm manager at Wurdack Research Center, is recognized for 30 years of service with the University of Missouri. Dusty Walter, superintendent of Wurdack Research Center, presented the award to Booker at the conclusion of Wurdack’s annual Field Day, Friday, Oct. 5.

Pat Guinan, extension assistant professor of climatology, talks to students FFA students about how the weather station works at Forage Systems Research Center’s annual Field Day, Tuesday, Sept. 25.

Pat Guinan, extension assistant professor of climatology, talks to students FFA students about how the weather station works at Forage Systems Research Center’s annual Field Day, Tuesday, Sept. 25.

Pat Guinan, extension assistant professor of climatology, talks to students FFA students about how the weather station works at Forage Systems Research Center’s annual Field Day, Tuesday, Sept. 25.

CAFNR Career Services student assistants, from left, Ashley Hilltop, Mary Bonnette, Amanda Neff and Tim Voss, greet students at the CAFNR Career Fair, Wednesday, Oct. 3.

CAFNR Career Services student assistants, from left, Ashley Hilltop, Mary Bonnette, Amanda Neff and Tim Voss, greet students at the CAFNR Career Fair, Wednesday, Oct. 3.

CAFNR Career Services student assistants, from left, Ashley Hilltop, Mary Bonnette, Amanda Neff and Tim Voss, greet students at the CAFNR Career Fair, Wednesday, Oct. 3.

Patrick Patterson, academic advisor II, parks, recreation and tourism, received the CAFNR Staff Council Above and Beyond award for August. Congratulations, Patrick, and thanks for all you do for CAFNR!

Patrick Patterson, academic advisor II, parks, recreation and tourism, received the CAFNR Staff Council Above and Beyond award for August. Congratulations, Patrick, and thanks for all you do for CAFNR!

Patrick Patterson, academic advisor II, parks, recreation and tourism, received the CAFNR Staff Council Above and Beyond award for August. Congratulations, Patrick, and thanks for all you do for CAFNR!