The College of Agriculture and Life Sciences (CALS) is the second largest undergraduate college at Cornell University and the third largest college of its kind in the United States. Through teaching, research, and extension -- the three components of our land-grant mission -- we strive to improve the nation's food supply and maintain its safety, to enhance the environment, and to help people improve their lives.

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  • 96-093*A Sorbus xhybrida 

    Unknown author (Cornell Plantations, 2003-05-27)
  • Viticulture of Eastern North America 

    Einset, John (1976)
    Includes history, current research, extensive grape variety descriptions (including parentage and evaluations).
  • 91-125*E Weigela florida 'Pink Princess' 

    Unknown author (Cornell Plantations, 2003-05-27)
  • 89-042*B Amsonia tabernaemontana 

    Unknown author (Cornell Plantations, 2003-05-27)
  • Birds in Your Backyard - 4-H Leader's Guide 

    Hawkes, Janet E; Held Phillips, Diane (2008-02-12)
    This independent project is part of a series designed to introduce youth to a variety of natural resources subjects by involving them in activities that heighten their awareness of the natural world.
  • Won't You Be My Neighbor? 

    Moran, Elizabeth; Krasny, Marianne (2008-02-05)
    Part of the Grab and Go With Science Series, this activity guides youth in learning how to remove water contaminants. Youth will be charged with cleaning up a water supply contaminated with a variety of nonpoint source ...
  • Why Reptiles Bask - Hot vs Cold 

    Wiessinger, John (2008-02-05)
    Part of the Grab and Go With Science series, this activity teaches youth the difference between hot and cold blooded animals.
  • 87-013*C Polystichum setiferum 

    Unknown author (Cornell Plantations, 2003-05-27)
  • What's in a Flower 

    Jaquette, Susan (2008-02-05)
    Part of the Grab and Go With Science series, in this activity, youth will learn to distinguish the parts of a flower and will learn the function or 'job' of each part in producing new seeds.
  • Tops, Bottoms, or Middles 

    Rowley, Betty (2008-02-05)
    Part of the Grab and Go With Science series, this activity teaches youth what parts of the plant they are eating when they eat vegetables.

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