College of Agriculture, Health & Natural Resources

Evan Lentz, UConn Extension educator, in the growing UConn orchard. (Jason Sheldon/UConn Photo)

UConn Orchard Grows Thanks to Local Farmer

'These fruit trees are the first step in getting the fruit program back up and running'

Dr. Gian Grant in UConn Health courtyard.

Doctor is ‘UConn Through and Through’ and Taking Care of Connecticut Families

For Dr. Gian Grant-McGarvey, a new UConn-trained Family Medicine expert, community is crucial

Elsio Wunder, assistant professor of pathobiology at his lab.

UConn Researcher Confronts a Neglected Disease

'We are creating all the perfect conditions for the number of cases to grow'

A plate of sugar kelp prepared for a meal.

Seaweed: The Superfood Frontier – Weighing the Many Benefits and Potential Risks

This overlooked food source has many benefits that can be fully realized with the help of safety regulations to reduce potential hazards

Road sign indicating a hurricane warning

Prepare Now to Shelter from the Storm

From preparing as a family to how businesses can get ahead, UConn Extension has tips to help Connecticut communities ride out extreme storms safely

Kristin Rubin ’04

CAHNR Alum Kristin Rubin Brings Nutrition to Consumers

Working at some of the biggest names in food, Kristin Rubin connects nutrition, health, and innovation

Drone photo looking over the Student Union towards Wilbur Cross

UConn Institute for Collaboration on Health, Intervention, and Policy Recognizes 2024 Faculty Excellence Awardees

InCHIP's 2024 Excellence Awards honor faculty who have advanced health behavior change research, teaching, and mentorship at UConn.

A man in a labcoat smiles in front of a microscope, holding up his index finger.

Meet the Researcher: Elsio Wunder, CAHNR

Veterinary researcher Elsio Wunder embraces ‘One Health’ in his research on diseases that affect animals and humans

Young chickens just after hatching.

Patented Probiotic Spray Method Improves Hatchability, Health of Chicks

This method improves chick health for broiler production without relying on antibiotics, a positive step for human and animal health

New Northern bayberry cultivar

Landscape Wonders: UConn Researcher Develops Female-Only Northern Bayberry Propagation and Pint-Size Purple Sand Cherry

UConn professor of horticulture and plant breeding, Mark Brand, adds two new cultivars to a long list of innovative cultivars he has developed to keep Connecticut landscapes sustainable.