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Dairy Environmental Systems
Water  •  Air  •   Renewable Energy

formerly Manure Management Program

Call For Papers!
Got Manure? Enhancing Environmental and Economic Sustainability

Upcoming Workshop:
On-Farm renewable energy generation workshops....

November 15,2011
Synergy Farm
(Wyoming county, NY)
NEW AD construction project completed

 July 2010:
Check out the Biogas CaseBook: NYS On-Farm Anaerobic Digesters

PSC approves $70.5 million in funding for anaerobic digester project funding.  For more info, visit:

NYS Senate considers a bill (S4303B) that would increase the net metering limit to 1,000-kW

Innovation Center for U.S. Dairy; Dairy Power Project

The Cornell Dairy Environmental Systems Program is a multi-disciplinary effort among members of the Cornell PRO-DAIRY and SPEAR programs, and collaborative faculty and staff in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences  to address critical aspects of dairy farming and its impact on the environment.  A major goal of the Dairy Environmental Management Program is to develop and deliver sound information and tools to dairy farmers and their advisors engineered and packaged in ways that allow farmers to make sound business decisions in production areas that influence air quality, the climate, and water quality. Renewable energy (dairy manure-based anaerobic digestion) is also a major focus area of the program.


Welcome to the Dairy Environmental Systems website. The purpose of this website is to disseminate cutting edge information on manure treatment and management technologies.

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