Welcome to the Carver Integrative Sustainability Center! We are dedicated to continuing the work of Dr. George Washington Carver in using innovative and creative methods of improving the condition of the men, women and children “farthest down”. This approach includes an integrative approach (Research, Extension, and Education) targeting 4 established pillars of the

sustainability:


-Ecological

-Economic

-Social

-Health/Wellness


          This approach is one that philosophically begins with the needs of the farmer and rural stakeholder, and pulls on scientific principles to implement economically, ecologically, and socially appropriate solutions within the context of our stakeholders. The CISC has an established 9 Integrated Research/Extension Programs that step beyond traditional approaches in order to have non-traditional impacts in the established four pillars of sustainability. 

Tuskegee University 2FAS Organization provides produce and healthy alternatives with a focus on helping students and the surrounding community increase a healthy intake of nutrients and control bad dietary practices.

Tuskegee University | Future Farmers And Agriculture Specialists