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About the Faculty of Agriculture

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You'll learn to solve real-world problems in a friendly, hands-on environment from professors who are leaders in their fields of study. Learn more about Dalhousie University's Faculty of Agriculture.

Faculty and research

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Our researchers have access to cutting-edge technology, labs and resources to innovate new technologies in support of the agri-food and aquaculture industries. Learn more about our research.

News

  • Meet the Aggies in your Neighbourhood
    Dr. A. Randall Olson (also known as Dr. “O”)
  • Campus Job Postings
    Multiple positions available at the Faculty of Agriculture
  • Nova Scotia's best kept secret
    Once a small, family owned, seasonal seaweed harvesting operation, Acadian Seaplants Limited (ASL) is now a globally recognized leader in marine plant biotechnology, specializing in the cultivation and processing of seaweed products for people, animals and plants.
  • Dal AC Coach at North American Indigenous Games
    Richard Bennicke, DAL AC’s Head Coach for Badminton is in Toronto as Head Coach for the NS Badminton Team competing in the North American Indigenous Games.
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Agriculture News from Dal News

  • Aggies in Africa – Our favourite things
    Dal Agriculture's African Wildlife Ecology Course allows students to travel to South African for an intense three-week course working with rhinos, elephants and more. We spoke with some of this year's participants about what they took away from the experience.
  • Bringing Community Day to the community
    Photo Essay: This year's Faculty of Agriculture Community Day was held at Truro’s Civic Square and Farmer’s Market, attracting hundreds of visitors with fun, engaging, hands-on activities.
  • A lifestyle all its own
    For Rebekah Bailey, travelling across the country to study Food Business at Dalhousie was just the beginning of a journey that would take her around the world.
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