Michigan State gets $53 million in one-time funding from state for greenhouses, dairy cattle operations
EAST LANSING — The newest state budget includes more than $300 million in funding for Michigan State University, with more than $50 million supporting MSU agriculture improvements.
The $19.6 billion education budget Gov. Gretchen Whitmer signed on Thursday — the first half of the $76 billion 2023 fiscal year budget that is expected to be approved next week — includes $303.7 million in base funding for university operations at MSU. That is a 4% increase from last year and the largest in more than a decade.
Read the full story in the Lansing State Journal.