CALS in the News – Nov. 9-13

CALS in the News
News about or of interest to CALS faculty and staff…

Weighing the costs and benefits, drinking raw milk is a raw deal
CALS news 10/5/09
Quoted: Barbara Ingham, UW-Extension food safety specialist at UW-Madison

Dairy Day at Arlington Dec. 9

Agri-View 11/15/2009
Mentioned: Arlington Agricultural Research Station

Radunz Feels at Home in UW-Extension Beef Specialist Position
Agri-View 11/12/2009
Quoted: Amy Radunz, Animal Science

Bohn Joins Animart AS Client Services Representative
Agri-View 11/12/2009
Mentioned: Shelly Bohn, Dairy Science Alumni

Cropp to Lenders: Milk Prices Should Keep Climbing
Agri-View 11/12/2009
Quoted: Robert Cropp, Ag & Applied Economics

Debbie Crave Receives Highest Award From UW-Madison CALS

Wisconsin Ag Connection 11/13/2009
Quoted: Molly Jahn, Dean, College of Agricultural and Life Sciences

UW Research Farms Feed Many

Wisconsin Farm Report 10/25/2009
Quoted: Bryan Bowen, Rhinelander Agricultural Research Station
Mentioned: Hancock Agricultural Research Station
Mentioned: Arlington Agricultural Research Station

UW offers Vegetable Storage Crops Workshops in Hudson and Madison

Wisconsin State Farmer 11/12/2009
Quoted: John Hendrickson, University of Wisconsin-Madison Center for Integrated Agricultural Systems

Curiosities: How do squirrels find the food they squirrel away come spring?

Wisconsin State Journal 11/8/2009
Quoted: Scott Craven, Forest and Wildlife Ecology

Cranberries are on the Menu at Campus Lecture Series
eCALS News
Mentioned: CALS lecture series

Chancellor Announces First Madison Initiative Awards
Media Newswire 11/9/09
Mentioned: College of Agricultural and Life Sciences

A look at the first MIU proposals approved for future
Badger Herald 11/11/09
Mentioned: College of Agricultural and Life Sciences

Of Interest

Special coverage: The future of food

Food: Is Monsanto the answer or the problem?

The fight over the future of food

Is Africa selling out its farmers?

India’s food dilemma: high prices or shortages

Q+A: Why is the number of hungry people rising?

Conditions in place for new food crisis, FAO warns

World’s hungry reach more than 1 billion in ’09: U.N.

World population and agricultural aid

Millions Fed: some solutions close at hand

Millions Fed: Proven Successes in Agricultural Development (video)

International Food Policy Research Institute

Monsanto Facing ‘Distrust’ as it seeks to Stop DuPont
Bloomberg 11/11/09