CALS in the News for the Week of July 18-24

In the News

There Are Wasps in the Yard. You’d Better Get to Know Them
The New York Times, 7/21/20
Quoted: Jennifer Jandt, Alumna, Entomology

Madison parks get a new tool to fight invasive plants
Wisconsin State Journal, 7/24/20
Quoted: Jacob Grace, Center for Integrated Agricultural Systems

The Madsplainers podcast: Is it safe for kids to go back to school?
The Cap Times, 7/21/20
Mentioned: Malia Jones, Community and Environmental Sociology
Mentioned: Applied Population Laboratory

How to safely embrace the outdoors in Madison
Madison Magazine, 7/18/20
Mentioned: Allen Centennial Garden

Local research findings to aid in development of treatment for COVID-19
WMTV – NBC15, 7/21/20
Quoted: Paul Ahlquist, Plant Pathology

USDA funds study of dairy cattle environmental footprint
FeedStuffs, 7/23/20
Mentioned: Research involving the Department of Animal and Dairy Sciences

Dairy commodity prices continue to do the unexpected
Wisconsin State Farmer, 7/23/20
Author: Bob Cropp, Emeritus, Agricultural and Applied Economics

Grazier journey enriches Wisconsin
Agri-View, 7/24/20
Quoted: Laura Paine, Agronomy
Mentioned: Grassland 2.0

Dairy Shrine honors Geiger
Agri-View, 7/22/20
Mentioned: Randall “Randy” Geiger, Deceased, Honorary Recognition Recipient
Mentioned: College of Agricultural and Life Sciences

Of Interest

A Wisconsin City Experiments With a Faster, DIY Covid-19 Test
Wired, 7/23/20

As Summer Takes Hold, So Do the Jumping Worms
The New York Times, 7/22/20