InFACT is coordinating and supporting the work of faculty from 9 colleges to provide research-based transition pathways to new diversified agricultural landscapes that improve the economic, social and environmental well-being of both people and the land.

Key Research Questions

  • What innovative approaches to diversifying agricultural production systems can improve farm viability, environmental quality, and availability of balanced diets for consumers?
  • What new technologies, farm management strategies, policies, and markets are needed to provide transition pathways toward more diversified agricultural landscapes?