The University of Wisconsin-Extension partners with other centers, programs, and campuses to provide research, education, and outreach in key areas of interest and to the public.

Affiliated centers and programs

  • AgrAbility of Wisconsin:  Provides services to individuals and their families who are engaged in farming or farm-related occupations and are coping with the effects of a disability
  • Center for Dairy Profitability:  Develops and delivers education and applied research to dairy farms and dairy industry service providers, related to sustainable profitable decisions and a healthy and progressive dairy industry
  • Environmental Resources Center:  Offers state-of-the-art applied research, communication, and education focused on the human dimensions of environmental issues
  • Wisconsin Farm Technology Days:  This three-day outdoor event showcases the latest improvements in production agriculture, including many practical applications of recent research findings and technological developments. Each year, it is held in a different Wisconsin county, on a different host family farm.
  • Wisconsin Master Gardener Program:  Trains volunteers to help people in the community better understand horticulture and their environment
  • Wisconsin Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education Program:  Offers information and support to educators seeking to expand their knowledge about and outreach in sustainable agriculture
  • Discovery Farms: Uses on-farm and research methods to determine how agricultural practices effect farms throughout Wisconsin. They also educate and improve communications throughout the agricultural community in order to improve environmental management practices.
  • Pioneer Farm: Supports Wisconsin agriculture by educating students through on- farm experiences, conducting research, and circulating information about agricultural practices and the environment.

Diagnostic labs and research stations