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CALS in the News for the Week of May 12 – May 18

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Wisconsin Concerned About Losing Young Residents
U.S. News, 5/12/2018
Mentioned: Randy Stoecker, Community and Environmental Sociology

Wisconsin concerned about losing young residents
Channel 3000, 5/12/2018
Mentioned: Randy Stoecker, Community and Environmental Sociology

UW-Madison, Organic Valley create endowment honoring co-op’s COO
La Crosse Tribune, 5/14/2018
Quoted: Kate VandenBosch, CALS Dean
Mentioned: Louise Hemstead, Deceased, Alumna, Animal Sciences

UW, Organic Valley create endowment honoring co-op’s COO
Madison.com, 5/11/2018
Quoted: Kate VandenBosch, CALS Dean
Mentioned: Louise Hemstead, Deceased, Alumna, Animal Sciences

La Crosse County Extension offers plant disease management program
La Crosse Tribune, 5/14/2018
Mentioned: Brian Hudelson, Plant Pathology

Could eating yogurt reduce inflammation?
Medical News Today, 5/15/2018
Quoted: Bradley Bolling, Food Science
Quoted: Ruisong Pei, Graduate Student, Food Science

Yogurt may dampen chronic inflammation linked to multiple diseases
Wisconsin State Farmer, 5/15/2018
Quoted: Bradley Bolling, Food Science
Quoted: Ruisong Pei, Graduate Student, Food Science

Strategies for late termination of cereal rye cover crop
Corn and Soybean Digest, 5/17/2018
Cowritten by: Rodrigo Werle, Agronomy
Cowritten by: Dan Smith, Horticulture

Farm raised: Diners demand grass-fed, locally grazed meat, and Wisconsin farmers want to give it to them
The Cap Times, 5/16/2018
Quoted: Richard Cates, Soil Science

Just Ask Us: How do crops become carriers of E. coli?
Wisconsin State Journal, 5/13/2018
Quoted: Jeri Barak, Plant Pathology

Foxconn in Wisconsin could hurt Manitowoc air, water, fishing industry
Herold Times Reporter, 5/11/2018
Mentioned: Daniel Phaneuf, Agricultural and Applied Economics
Mentioned: Jennifer Raynor, Graduate Student, Environmental Studies

Wassarman named CALS associate dean for Academic Affairs
Wisconsin State Farmer, 5/16/2018
Quoted: Kate VandenBosch, CALS Dean
Quoted: Karen Wassarman, CALS Associate Dean

Wassarman named CALS Associate Dean for Academic Affairs
Farm Report, 5/15/2018
Quoted: Kate VandenBosch, CALS Dean
Quoted: Karen Wassarman, CALS Associate Dean

Wassarman Chosen as CALS Associate Dean for Academic Affairs
Wisconsin Ag Connection, 5/15/2018
Quoted: Kate VandenBosch, CALS Dean
Mentioned: Karen Wassarman, CALS Associate Dean

Hello “Sporecaster”
Farm Report, 5/16/2018
Mentioned: Damon Smith, Plant Pathology

Tranel family finds a good fit at Organic Valley
The Country Today 5/14/2018
Mentioned: Kate VandenBosch, CALS Dean

A healthy soil system: building organic matter
Wisconsin State Farmer, 5/11/2018
Mentioned: Jamie Patton, Horticulture

Why and How Wisconsin’s Forests Change Over Time
WisContext, 5/15/2018
Written by: Scott Bowe, Forest and Wildlife Ecology

Globetrotting Mosquitoes May Stow Away In Unexpected Places
WisContext, 5/09/2018
Written by: PJ Liesch, Entomology
Mentioned: Insect Diagnostic Lab

Despite Declines, Exports Loom Large in Wisconsin’s Economy
WisContext, 5/10/2018
Cowritten by: Steven Deller, Agricultural and Applied Economics
Cowritten by: Tessa Conroy, Agricultural and Applied Economics

Trump Tariffs Threaten State’s Exports
Urban Milwaukee, 5/10/2018
Cowritten by: Steven Deller, Agricultural and Applied Economics
Cowritten by: Tessa Conroy, Agricultural and Applied Economics

Wisconsin and the impact of foreign exports
Wisconsin State Farmer, 4/16/2018
Cowritten by: Steven Deller, Agricultural and Applied Economics
Cowritten by: Tessa Conroy, Agricultural and Applied Economics

Communicating in ‘post-truth’ era challenging
Agri-View, 5/14/2018
Quoted: Dietram Scheufele, Life Sciences Communication

New members for food safety committee
Morning Ag Clips, 5/15/2018
Mentioned: Kathleen Glass, Food Research Institute

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