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has about 100 labs all over the country.

Locations Featured in This Magazine Issue

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 Continental U.S. map courtesy of    
 Tom Patterson, U.S. National Park Service
   


The Vegetable and Forage Crop Research Unit
Prosser, Washington
1 research unit   ■   34 employees


Pullman, Washington
6 research units   ■   144 employees


Columbia Plateau Conservation Research Center
Pendleton, Oregon
1 research unit   ■   23 employees


U.S. Agricultural Research Station
Salinas, California
1 research unit   ■   54 employees


Tucson, Arizona
2 research units   ■   52 employees


Fort Keogh Livestock and Range Research Laboratory
Miles City, Montana
1 research unit   ■   27 employees


Rangeland Resources Research Unit
Cheyenne, Wyoming
(including Nunn, Colorado)
1 research unit   ■   30 employees


Fort Collins, Colorado
5 research units   ■   143 employees


Madison, Wisconsin
5 research units   ■   140 employees


Southern Plains Range Research Station
Woodward, Oklahoma
1 research unit   ■   17 employees


USDA Jean Mayer Human Nutrition Research Center on Aging
Boston, Massachusetts
1 research unit   ■   14 employees


Appalachian Fruit Research Station
Kearneysville, West Virginia
1 research unit   ■   71 employees


Henry A. Wallace Beltsville Agricultural Research Center
Beltsville, Maryland
30 research units   ■   953 employees


J. Phil Campbell Sr. Natural Resource Conservation Center
Watkinsville, Georgia
1 research unit   ■   24 employees


Center for Medical, Agricultural, and Veterinary Entomology
Gainesville, Florida
4 research units   ■   144 employees


U.S. Horticultural Research Laboratory
Fort Pierce, Florida
3 research units   ■   133 employees

"Locations Featured in This Magazine Issue" was published in the March 2011 issue of Agricultural Research magazine.

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