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Locations Featured in This Magazine Issue


Map courtesy of Tom Patterson,
 U.S. National Park Service  

San Joaquin Valley Agricultural Sciences Center
Parlier, California
3 research units ■ 117 employees

Eastern Oregon Agricultural Research Center
Burns, Oregon
1 research unit ■ 44 employees

The Vegetable and Forage Crops Research Unit
Prosser, Washington
1 research unit ■ 39 employees

Northwest Irrigation and Soils Research Laboratory
Kimberly, Idaho
1 research unit ■ 40 employees

Logan, Utah
3 research units ■ 100 employees

Las Cruces, New Mexico
2 research units ■ 54 employees

Ames, Iowa
8 research units ■ 535 employees

Little Rock, Arkansas
9 research units ■ 67 employees
(1 ARS employee, 66 university employees)

National Center for Agricultural Utilization Research
Peoria, Illinois
7 research units ■ 226 employees

Jamie Whitten Delta States Research Center
Stoneville, Mississippi
7 research units ■ 323 employees

Oxford, Mississippi
3 research units ■ 102 employees

Urbana, Illinois
2 research units ■ 46 employees

Tifton, Georgia
3 research units ■ 118 employees

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

Coastal Plains Soil, Water, and Plant Research Center
Florence, South Carolina
1 research unit ■ 36 employees

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

"Locations Featured in This Magazine Issue" was published in the January 2012 issue of Agricultural Research magazine.

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