The Campus Farm does more than give a nod to the university’s roots as an agricultural college. It’s still an important part of the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources’ hands-on teaching. The first major upgrade in more than 40 years will improve students’ educational experience and enhance the farm’s efficiency. Changes will include adding a covered livestock pen that allows seated students and visitors to observe instructors working with the farm’s animals. The farm’s iconic barns will receive much-needed renovations while retaining their original, historic charm. Sustainable technologies will be incorporated into the construction phase. Your support is critical to turning this unique piece of property into a teaching facility for the future.