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| People at TLI

(Photo above: Edy Chérémond tends to Eucosma moths, recently trapped in the field for nurturing…

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| People at TLI, Press Release

Fred Iutzi has stepped down as president of The Land Institute, effective July 1, 2020….

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| From Our Desks

Why is Soil So Important? A thin layer made up of minerals, organic matter, roots,…

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| In the News, People at TLI

Covid-19 outbreaks are now reaching far beyond the meatpacking industry. Migrant farmworkers in fruit orchards and vegetable…

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| People at TLI

What got you interested in your field of research? When I was in high school,…

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| People at TLI

Today, on the 50th annual EarthDay, all of us at The Land Institute are celebrating…

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| From Our Desks

We might be separated in space, yet never in thought. As we continue to root…

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| People at TLI

What got you interested in the kind of work you do? I grew up in…

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Kernza Plants in the Field

The 2017 Kernza Conference was held July 6-7, 2017 at the University of Minnesota, St….

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Kernza Perennial Wheat Stands

The 2019 Kernza Conference was held July 1-3, 2019 at the University of Wisconsin, Madison,…

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| People at TLI, Press Release

Stan Cox, lead breeder for The Land Institute’s (TLI) Perennial Sorghum program, is transitioning to…

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| From Our Desks

Autumn 2019 Dear Friends,                                                                                                  This week temperatures in Central Kansas are expected to plunge into…

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