A&M-Commerce Professor receives six-figure grant from USDA

Dr. Jose Lopez, associate professor of agribusiness at Texas A&M University-Commerce, recently received a grant totaling $400,435 from the United States Department of Agriculture’s National Institute of Food and Agriculture. The grant will fund Lopez’ research project, titled “Texas Farm Business Management and Benchmarking Education and Outreach Alliance,” which proposes an interdisciplinary and multi-institutional alliance among A&M-Commerce, West Texas A&M University and regional Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service agencies. This partnership seeks to support the intellectual and collaborative efforts of regional farm institutions by supporting Texas farm management producers to solve agricultural and educational challenges. If you are an Agricultural Producer and would like to learn more about what this project may do for you, please submit your contact information in this form. Read more on the USDA website.