Attend Roundtable on Wisconsin’s bio-economy — May 16

Come together for a vibrant, interdisciplinary discussion on emerging agricultural and natural resource issues. And get some free lunch in the process! The “Ag and Natural Resources Lunch Policy Roundtable” series continues on May 16th from 12:00 – 1:15 in Rm 115 Taylor Hall, UW-Madison, with a presentation and discussion on “Measuring and improving environmental and economic performance of the Wisconsin bio-economy with integrated assessment models.” The presentation and discussion will be led by Tom Cox and his co-researchers of the UW-CALS SNAP-Plus Team.

RSVP to Nancy Carlisle: or 608-265-2908 by Monday May 12th for a free lunch, or simply bring a brownbag. Please let us know if you have any dietary restrictions or preferences.

Streaming video and chatroom will also be available so that you can join the discussion from your desktop. Go to on the day of the discussion for instructions and resources.

Sponsored by AAE, UW Center on Cooperatives, RENK Agribusiness Institute, and the Program on Agricultural Technology Studies.