The LTAR Network

We are a growing research network focused on developing national strategies for improved agricultural production. Our goal is to improve environmental quality and the well-being of farming communities while achieving increased agricultural production.

The LTAR Network is a partnership among 18 premier long-term research sites across the United States.

The Network has a multifaceted focus on satisfying increasing demand for agricultural commodities, protecting the quality of the environment, and enhancing the quality of life in rural areas and the Nation as a whole

Events

2024 LTAR Annual Science Meeting at WGEW

The 2024 Annual LTAR Meeting will be hosted by the Walnut Gulch Experimental Watershed site at Tombstone, AZ (the WGEW ...

2024 North American Workshop on Soil, Water, and Climate Change: Can Models Guide Our Way?

Anyone interested on collaborative research on water or carbon with Mexico and/or Canada should attend the Procinorte online workshop linked ...

LTAR Network Contribution at the 2023 ASA-CSSA-SSSA International Annual Meeting

The LTAR Network oral presentation sessions during the 2023 ASA-CSSA-SSSA International Annual Meeting:LTAR Contributed Oral 1-Water Quantity and QualityPresentation list: ...

LTAR scientists gathered at ABS-UF for the LTAR Integrated Workshop

LTAR network scientists representing the Regionalization Project, Human Dimensions Working Group, Remote Sensing & GIS Working Group, and Communications Strategies ...

2022 LTAR Annual Meeting at CAF

The 2022 Annual LTAR Meeting will be hosted by the R. J. Cook Agronomy Farm (the CAF LTAR site). Register ...

MAP OF 18 LTAR SITES

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ABOUT LTAR

 

The USDA Agricultural Research Service (ARS) Long-Term Agroecosystem Research network consists of 18 Federal and university agricultural research sites with an average of over 50 years of history. The goal of this research network is to ensure sustained crop and livestock production and ecosystem services from agroecosystems, and to forecast and verify the effects of environmental trends, public policies, and emerging technologies.