News and Events
- June 26, 2013 Annual Field Day - Registration 3:30 p.m.
Montana Agricultural Experiment Station Mission
The Montana State University Agricultural Experiment Station's mission, as established in 1893 by state statute, is "to conduct and promote studies, scientific investigations and experiments relating to agriculture, natural resources and rural life, and to diffuse information thereby acquired among the people of Montana." Thus, the station fulfills the agricultural research component of Montana State University's federal Land Grant University mission of teaching, research and extension.
Current Fund Raising Efforts
Every Dollar Donated Returns Five Dollars of Improved Research Facilities
Montana Agricultural Experiment Station personnel have identified top priority projects that can be accomplished with $6.25 million; $5 million appropriated by the 2007 Legislative Assembly and $1.25 million raised privately.
Northern Agricultural Research Center has been approved to utilize nearly $1.4 million of the appropriated amount, provided that we raise matching funds in the amount of $360,000 in private donations.
Current needs at NARC include:
- Office Building
- Lab Space
- Upper Calving Barn
- Pesticide Facility
For information regarding your tax deductible gift, please contact Northern Ag Research Center.