College of Agriculture, Health & Natural Resources

A large crowd of people are in a Connecticut brewery for the launch of a new beer made by UConn students.

After Semester-Long Development, Student-Created ‘BrewConn’ Beer Debuts with Glowing Reviews

New UConn brewing innovation initiative seeks to bring education, research, outreach to industry

A group of seven people uses garden tools to make a clearing for rain garden installation on school grounds.

Extension Educators Launch School-Based Green Infrastructure Initiative

Supported by a $100,000 grant from the EPA, the program will partner with two CT school districts and three sustainable development organizations to bring hands-on projects to students and teachers

Roasted turkey garnished with cranberries on a rustic style table decoraded with pumpkins, gourds, asparagus, brussel sprouts, baked vegetables, pie, flowers, and candles.

Eight ‘Always’ Rules for Holiday Food Safety

Follow these steps for a safe holiday meal, and you'll definitely be thankful

A great blue heron predating on a brown trout at a cold-water thermal refuge.

Thermal Refuges Help Trout Beat the Heat in Hot Weather

New research explores how cold-water fish handle extreme heat in Connecticut

Female gardener selling organic crops and picking up a bountiful basket full of fresh produce

Nationwide Study Redefines How Food Environment Impacts Cardiometabolic Diseases

Human mobility seems to be a missing piece of the puzzle

Dawn over a canal in spring with wind turbines in the background.

Two UConn Researchers Among Authors of Fifth National Climate Assessment Report

Guiling Wang and Zhe Zhu explain how the gold standard of national climate reports gets put together - and why climate change isn't all doom and gloom

Smiling woman at baseball field

On the Field with Sports Nutritionist Jennifer Fields

“I always say if you exercise, you’re an athlete." Jennifer Fields helps athletes of every variety use nutrition to maximize performance and health

Aerial image of the University of Connecticut during Fall 2023.

CIPEH Holds Interprofessional Education Welcome Event

Students were able to learn about the skill sets, roles, and responsibilities of the various participating professions and many were surprised with what they discovered

At right, Christian Heiden '20 (CAHNR), founder of Levo International, leads a tour of the micro-farm his startup built on Garden Street in Hartford's North End.

UConn Alum Fighting Food Insecurity in Hartford, One Micro-Farm at a Time

'There’s a lot of food in this neighborhood, but there’s not a lot of food that looks like this'

Aerial image of the University of Connecticut during Fall 2023.

InCHIP Seeds New Projects Aimed at Improving Human Health

InCHIP has funded seven innovative pilot studies that aim to improve public and human health and wellbeing consistent with UConn's mission