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The Northwest Research and Outreach Center as well as the Department of Soil, Water, and Climate welcomes Dr. Lindsay Pease as she joins the rank of tenure-track faculty as an Assistant Professor and Extension Specialist in Nutrient and Water Management at the Northwest Research & Outreach Center. She started work at NWROC Monday, August 27, 2018.
Pease is a water quality expert with 9 years of experience in nutrient and water management field research. Prior to joining the University of Minnesota, she was a Post-Doctoral Research Agricultural Engineer with the USDA Agricultural Research Service in Columbus, Ohio. Her research primarily focused on surface and subsurface drainage water quality assessment with the aim of mitigating non-point source nutrient loss in agricultural landscapes.
‘Lang-MN' Wheat is Newest U of MN Release
A nearly $5 million state investment in agricultural productivity at the University of Minnesota will be used this year to hire scientists and improve infrastructure across seven areas of collaboration spanning three U of M colleges and at research and outreach and Extension sites across the state. Read more here.