Science in the community: applying theory to practice
Embedding sustainable food, water and energy practices into our community involves collaborating with others who share our goals and interests, from primary producers through to other land managers, including those concerned with fire and water. We’ve developed a wide – and growing – range of outreach programs that give graduate and undergraduate students and our academic staff the opportunity to explore, apply and advance our ability to create positive impacts on the terrestrial environment.
Rust Never Sleeps: Combating plant rust diseases to protect our food supplies. Presented by Professor Robert Park.
The annual RD Watt Lecture commemorates the first lecture delivered to University of Sydney agriculture students.
Find out about the role we're playing in a ground-breaking program to produce maps of soil characteristics across the entire world.
The Landcare Society runs educational activities for students at the University's sheep property "Arthursleigh".