At CINRAM, we encourage practices that use the land to meet both present needs and to protect its long-term integrity. We build awareness of, and appreciation for, connections that already exist--between field, forest and town, producer and consumer, land use and water quality, families and farms, and between urban and rural communities.
We encourage profitable technologies and practices that mesh diverse land uses--crop production and water quality maintenance, agroforestry and wildlife protection, livestock production, and soil enhancement.
We create connections among individuals, researchers and farmers, agriculture and natural resource professionals, and local government leaders and the University faculty, landowners and environmentalists, industry representatives and public agency staff--who help make and implement land use decision.
The result: new links that lead to approaches which simultaneously nurture profitable businesses, thriving communities, and a healthy environment.
Contact us to learn more about the opportunities offered through the CINRAM.