Human Nutrition & Food Science HNFS students apply chemistry, physics, and engineering in their studies as they prepare to become leaders in the nutrition, food, and health fields. Plant Science Plant Science students gain valuable work experience in our on-campus greenhouses, farm, and vineyards. Apparel Merchandising & Management AMM students design, create, market, and sell products from their own clothing lines. Animal & Veterinary Sciences Animal and veterinary science students participate in hands-on lab courses. Agribusiness & Food Industry Management/Agricultural Science Agribusiness students learn about the farm production business from field to plate.
Who knew you could do all of this at a
College of Agriculture?
Check out the new "Ag" to build a career around something you're really passionate about. Maybe you're into animals. Or bio and chem. Or growing things. Or making food healthier. Or high-tech clothing. Or creating a better future for our planet. Our learn by doing makes you career ready.
Tickets on Sale for 2017 Spring Harvest Dinner at Cal Poly Pomona All About Midge the Llama AGRIscapes to Host "Spring on the Farm" Egg Hunt on April 8 Plant Science Department Experiments with Growing Coffee Cal Poly Pomona Team Takes 2nd Place in National Turf Competition AGRIscapes Open for Field Trips by Schoolchildren, Youth Organizations College of Agriculture Seeks Lecturers
Enjoy a special night under the stars, featuring a unique dining experience from outstanding local chefs that includes farm-fresh produce grown by Cal Poly Pomona students and California wines selected to pair perfectly with the meal. She’s got snaggly teeth, bulgy eyes, and fur that is sometimes matted with leaves and smells like a barnyard, but that doesn’t stop Midge the llama from being one of the most popular figures on campus. Go on a hay ride, visit the children's garden and pet farm animals at Cal Poly Pomona's Egg Hunt - It's a great time to come out to the Farm! The Department of Plant Science has planted coffee in a secluded spot on campus as part of a research trial. It includes 13 different varieties from Honduras and El Salvador to see which can tolerate the range of temperatures in the Pomona area. For the second year in a row, a team of Cal Poly Pomona students took second place at the Golf Course Superintendent Association of America’s Collegiate Turf Bowl Competition. Starting in April and running through mid-June, the facility will host more field trips from local schools which will have their choice of activities: visiting the children’s garden or Danny’s Farm petting zoo, picking their own strawberries, or getting a tour of the Cal Poly Pomona farm. The College of Agriculture is seeking to expand its lecturer pool in each of its five departments.
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