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CALS in the News for the Week of August 16-22

Climate Change and Land Use:

No one-size-fits-all approach in a changing climate, changing land
Newswise 8/18/14
Quoted: Volker Radeloff, Forest and Wildlife Ecology
Mentioned: Sebastian Martinuzzi, postdoctorate candidate, Forest and Wildlife Ecology

No one-size-fits-all approach in a changing climate, changing land
R & D 8/19/14
Quoted: Volker Radeloff, Forest and Wildlife Ecology
Mentioned: Sebastian Martinuzzi, postdoctorate candidate, Forest and Wildlife Ecology

No One-Size-Fits-All Approach In A Changing Climate, Changing Land
redOrbit 8/21/14
Quoted: Volker Radeloff, Forest and Wildlife Ecology
Mentioned: Sebastian Martinuzzi, postdoctorate candidate, Forest and Wildlife Ecology

No one-size-fits-all approach in a changing climate, changing land
UW-Madison News 8/18/14
Quoted: Volker Radeloff, Forest and Wildlife Ecology
Mentioned: Sebastian Martinuzzi, postdoctorate candidate, Forest and Wildlife Ecology

No one-size-fits-all approach in a changing climate, changing land
CALS News 8/18/14
Quoted: Volker Radeloff, Forest and Wildlife Ecology
Mentioned: Sebastian Martinuzzi, postdoctorate candidate, Forest and Wildlife Ecology

In the News:

Organic, conventional dairies similar in cow health, milk
Feedstuffs 8/21/14
Mentioned: Pamela Ruegg, Dairy Science

Study finds few differences in organic milk or health of dairy herds
SustainableLife 8/21/14
Mentioned: Pamela Ruegg, Dairy Science

OSU study: Few differences in organic cow health, milk
KTVZ.com 8/21/14
Mentioned: Pamela Ruegg, Dairy Science

Milwaukee custard stand owners, customers licked by rising prices
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel 8/19/14
Quoted: Mark Stephenson, Dairy Profitability

Counter crop patents by freeing seeds to feed the world
The Conversation 8/13/14
Co-Author: Irwin Goldman, Horticulture
Co-Author: Jack Kloppenburg, Community and Environmental Sociology

Free the seeds to feed the world!
Ecologist 8/20/14
Co-Author: Irwin Goldman, Horticulture
Co-Author: Jack Kloppenburg, Community and Environmental Sociology

Field Day Tour to Focus on Greenhouse Gases, Crop Management
Wisconsin Ag Connection 8/21/14
Quoted: Matt Ruark, Soil Sicnece
Mentioned: Arlington Agricultural Research Station

Feds reject cranberry production cuts
greenbaypressgazette.com 8/19/14
Quoted: Ed Jesse, Agricultural and Applied Economics

Turkeys in the ‘hood
Isthmus 8/21/14
Quoted: Anna Pidgeon, Forest and Wildlife Ecology

Grenawalt Joins Department of Animal Sciences Extension Team
Wisconsin Ag Connection 8/18/14
Mentioned: Alissa Grenawalt, Animal Sciences

Biologists Choose Sides In Safety Debate Over Lab-Made Pathogens
KPLU 88.5 8/14/14
Quoted: Tim Donohue, Bacteriology

Farm briefs: Field day to look at soil
The Country Today 8/18/14
Mentioned: Arlington Agricultural Research Station

UW field days will focus on the flavor of organic vegetables
UW-Madison News 8/20/14
Quoted: Julie Dawson, Horticulture
Mentioned: West Madison Agricultural Research Station

Five things everyone should know about gluten
CALS News 8/18/14
Quoted: Beth Olson, Nutritional Sciences

CALS landscape architecture alum and his Chicago firm are influencing popular urban landscapes across the country
CALS News 8/19/14
Qutoed: Scott Freres, alumnus, Landscape Architecture
Quoted: Sarah White, alumnus, Landscape Architecture

Poll: More boaters taking steps to prevent aquatic invasive species in Wisconsin
CALS News 8/19/14
Quoted: Bret Shaw, Life Sciences Communication

Doug Soldat, turfgrass management expert
CALS News 8/19/14
Quoted: Doug Soldat, Soil Science

Of Interest:

New UW Experiment Models Effects Of Climate Change, Land Use Change On Ecosystem
Wisconsin Public Radio 8/19/14

UW-Madison researcher testing noninfectious Ebola strain for possible treatment
Wisconsin State Journal 8/19/14

Wisconsin continues to have a ‘hefty’ population
Wisconsin Radio Network 8/21/14

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