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College of Agriculture and Natural Resources

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Real-life Zombies, Vampires and Ghosts?

UMD Experts Weigh in on the Creatures Haunting Our Neighborhoods This Halloween

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Study Finds 2021 Cicada Emergence Changed Forest Food Webs

UMD Researchers, Colleagues Uncover Ecosystem Impacts on Birds, Caterpillars and Trees

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A Baby’s-Eye View of UMD

Arboretum Program Introduces Caretakers and Kids to Plants, Pollinators Across Campus

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Bat Myths Busted

Do They Suck Your Blood? Are They Actually Blind? A Wildlife Biologist Explains

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With Breast Cancer Risks, Where You Live Matters, UMD Researchers Find

Influence of Food, Exercise, Pollution Can Vary by County, State

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Pollinators, Pesticides and Peaches

Professors’ Blog Expands Access to Agricultural and Nature Information for Spanish Speakers

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With $1.1M NASA Grant, UMD Researcher to Study Unwelcome Crop: Nitrogen

Satellite Data Will Reveal How Different Agriculture Approaches Impact Greenhouse Gas Emissions

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Should You Squish a Spotted Lanternfly?

As the Invasive Species Hits UMD, Entomologist Explains How Much of a Threat It Really Is

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Oh Deer! Are Your Animal Neighbors Passing Along COVID?

$3.6M USDA Award Funds UMD Study on Cross-Species Infectious Disease Links

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Drawn to Creepy Crawlers? There’s a Website for That.

Emeritus Professor Honors Late Friend and Colleague With Website Featuring Their Educational Art

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Alum’s Zebrafish Photo to Live ‘Forever’ on Stamp

Image Chosen by Postal Service Opened New Avenues to Treat Brain Diseases

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Can Burning Man Avoid Warming the Planet?

Student Analysis Could Help the World’s Largest ‘Leave No Trace’ Event Go Carbon-Neutral

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