Effective October 15, 2021:
Access to campus, university facilities, and buildings for visitors and employees: University System campuses and buildings, in general, are open. Visitors — along with students, staff, and faculty — are currently required to wear face coverings, at all times, indoors at this time, regardless of vaccination status.
Many events or activities for which visitors would come to campus also will require evidence of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test.
For more information about face coverings, vaccination requirements, and other such protocols, please visit the UMS Community Guidance For Everyone page.
For contact information for your local county UMaine Extension office, visit the County Offices page.
The University of Maine is an equal opportunity/affirmative action institution.
The Cooperative Extension Diagnostic and Research Laboratory brings together scientists researching animals, agriculture, insects, and plants under one roof. The unique combination of researchers provides many teaching opportunities for students, as well as premier research and outreach facilities.
By allowing for research contributions to agriculture, public health, communities, and wildlife, the lab aims to benefit Maine in a variety of ways, including protecting the natural resource- and food-based economies, adding to food safety and human health, and providing unique diagnostic and testing services to farmers, homeowners, and the public.
Hours: Monday-Friday, 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m., Closed Holidays
- Avian Influenza (AI) Guidance for Poultry Owners
- Why Biosecurity Matters: H7N3 avian flu in US turkey outbreaks related to wild bird strains
- USDA Confirms Highly Pathogenic H7N3 Avian Influenza in a Commercial Flock in Chesterfield County, South Carolina
- The Farmer’s Response to Disease Outbreaks: Biosecurity, Simple Cleaning, and Disinfection Can Slow or Stop the Spread of COVID-19