The Center for Integrated Agricultural Systems (CIAS) is a sustainable agriculture and food systems research center in the College of Agricultural and Life Sciences at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
CIAS fosters transdisciplinary inquiry and supports a range of research, outreach and professional development opportunities. It brings together university faculty, students, staff, farmers, policy makers and other practitioners to study relationships between farming practices and profitability, the structure of the food system, the environment, and rural vitality.
CIAS was created to build sustainable agriculture and food systems research programs that respond to farmer and citizen needs. Join our network!
- Sep 25
- 3:00 PM Biochemistry Colloquium: Apoorva Mandavilli Unprecedented: Lessons from reporting on fast-moving pandemics
- Sep 26
- Sep 28
- 9:00 AM CEMRC Thursdays - Growing a Cryo-EM community at UW-Madison CEMRC Open Door
- Sep 30
- 12:00 PM Harvest Folk Festival Celebrate 'Seeds of Change'
- Oct 2
- 3:00 PM Steenbock Lectures in Biochemistry: Karolin Luger Lecture 1: Histones: Guardians of the genome in all domains of life
September 18-22 United Nations General Assembly on Sustainable Development Goals and 2030 Agenda
September 20 Food Day 2023 Livestream
September 22 Public Food Procurement: Copenhagen and NYC
September 23 Savanna Institute Open House
September 26 A Deep Dive Into Soil Health With Jamie Patton