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is president and co-founder of
Crave Brothers Farmstead Cheese
in Waterloo, Wisconsin.
extension fire ecology specialist with Oklahoma State University
is the sustainability arm of the
, is based in Eden Prairie, Minnesota, and focuses on extracting high quality protein and other components from food and beverage processing “leftovers.”
, president of the
, presented at the recent
Borlaug International Dialog
. Shah talked about what it’s going to take to combat global
hunger effectively. He recently had a book published.
Big Bets: How Large-Scale Change Really Happens
is available from booksellers everywhere.
November 29: Texas cattle rancher
was featured in a recent episode (Nov. 10) of the
Farm Food Facts podcast
U.S. Farmers and Ranchers in Action
November 27-28: You can access a free printable/downloadable copy of the Safety Guidelines for Hired Agricultural Youth Workers
November 24: At the U.S. Department of Agriculture, LAMP is the
Local Agriculture Market Program
, which bundles various other programs that are designed to support local and
regional food systems. A recent
will fund 98 related projects across the country.
November 23: Richard Syverson is the Chairman of the Board and past president of the
Minnesota Corn Growers Association
, who talked about corn as an energy source in a recent
episode (#38) of the
from Farm Policy Facts.
--an empowerment program for women in agriculture in the U.S.--conducted a recent web
involving some group members from West Virginia.
It was part of the 20th anniversary of Annie’s Project. Farm to Fork included two of them: LaDeena Teets of
Snowy Creek Dorsets
in Terra Alta, West Virginia, and Britney Ferris,
, Wellsburg, West Virginia.
November 20: Evaluating the concept of
4-D climate smart farms is a project of the University of Georgia
and three other colleges. It’s covered more thoroughly in the Kansas State
University Research and Extension radio program, Agriculture Today. To hear an expanded version of the story, click
and scroll down to Episode 1547. It’s the first story on the clip.
November 17: A Dutch company,
Bird Control Group
, markets equipment that uses lasers to drive predatory birds away from crops and livestock. The lasers are nonlethal and birds have
a particular sensitivity to lasers because their vision is acute. Users report significant reduction of predation losses when using the lasers.
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