The College of Earth, Life, and Health Sciences’s Sustainable Agriculture Research Facility
The Rogers Farm Forage and Crop Research Facility in Stillwater is used for a wide range of sustainable agriculture research, extension, and teaching projects.
Rogers Farm is one of two farms that make up the college’s J.F. Witter Teaching & Research Center.
As a mixed usage research site, crops grown on the farm can include silage corn, sweet corn, potatoes, dried beans, small grains, and mixed vegetables. The farm provides land for the Penobscot County Master Gardeners Demonstration Garden and the Black Bear Food Guild, the university’s student-run community-supported agriculture program.