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The Agroecology Program is a comprehensive program that integrates science-based education, research and outreach. The program focuses on the interface between agriculture, natural ecosystems and urban development. It features specialized undergraduate agroecology courses, field trips, summer internships, graduate fellowships and training workshops for university students and high school teachers.


Find resources to support your agricultural education. Explore Resources


There are many opportunities within the program and with community organizations to find funding or gain experience? Explore Opportunities

Supply Chains Study

Researchers in FIU’s College of Arts, Sciences & Education and the College of Business will conduct a thorough assessment of Florida’s tomato and strawberry production systems.


Plant Ecology Lab seeking volunteers and RA

Monday, February 04, 2019

The Plant Ecology Lab is recruiting volunteers and a paid research assistant (RA) for the Spring 2019 semester interested in: […]

We Are Tropics: Shagufta Gaffar

Friday, February 01, 2019

Agricultural intensification goes hand-in-hand with pesticide use. Mounting evidence of their harmful impacts has forced scientists to explore ways to […]

PSM-EPM affiliated with National PSM Organization

Monday, January 28, 2019

We are proud to announce FIU’s Professional Science Master’s in Environmental Policy and Management (PSM-EPM) program is now formally affiliated […]


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Agroecology Program
Department of Earth and Environment

11200 SW 8th Street, CASE 157
Miami, Florida 33199
(305) 348-0186

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