William H. Miner Agricultural Research Institute

Chazy, NY

The grounds of the William H. Miner Agricultural Research Institute lie across 9,000 acres within the Champlain Valley, minutes from the Vermont and Canadian borders at the most northeastern tip of New York, in the small town of Chazy. Much of the land is blanketed by forest, but also includes about 700 tillable acres, an equine research center, more than 600 dairy cattle, and a highly respected agricultural research institute. Today, Miner Institute attracts environmental science, advanced dairy management, and agricultural research students from nearby colleges and universities, but that wasn't always the case.

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