Agricultural Experiment Station Locations Map
Missouri was first defined by its navigable big rivers, easily settled timberlands, and flora and fauna rich enough to support settlement of the new frontier.
The very rivers, valleys, plains and woodlands that made Missouri the fertile launching point for much of North American westward expansion give us a basis for redeveloping the state, focusing on the strengths of each region.
The College of Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources' strategically placed centers and farms allow us to target our research efforts to benefit the people and communities in those regions.
The breadth of our campus and faculty scholarship, combined with the locations of our AES facilities and extension regional faculty, make CAFNR a forceful catalyst for research, teaching, extension and economic development.