CALS in the News for the Week of February 6-12

In the News

Trump Almost Doomed These Species. Can Biden Save Them?
The Daily Beast, 2/7/21
Quoted: Karen Oberhauser, Entomology

This UW program finds the best-tasting fruits and vegetables grown in Wisconsin soil
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, 2/11/21
Interviewed: Julie Dawson, Horticulture
Mentioned: Irwin Goldman, Horticulture
Mentioned: Jim Nienhuis, Horticulture
Pictured: Terry Hodge, Horticulture

Caledonia farmer likes to ‘shake things up’ by trying vegetables for collaborative
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, 2/11/21
Quoted: Amy Wallner, Alumna, Horticulture, Soil Science

Farm Groups Praise Gov.’s Proposed Agriculture Investment
Spectrum News, 2/9/21
Mentioned: Dairy Innovation Hub
Quoted: John Haag, Alumnus, Farm and Industry Short Course

10 years later: Wisconsin’s Act 10 has produced labor savings, but at a cost
Wisconsin State Journal, 2/5/21
Quoted: Steven Deller, Agricultural and Applied Economics

New proposals would boost Extension funding
The Daily Cardinal, 2/11/21
Quoted: Heidi Zoerb, Associate Dean
Quoted: Doug Reinemann, Biological Systems Engineering
Mentioned: College of Agricultural and Life Sciences

Freezing and chilling technologies: Get sold on the cold
The National Provisioner, 2/12/21
Quoted: Jeff Sindelar, Animal and Dairy Sciences

Economist says ARC & PLC decisions easy, focus on marketing
Brownfield Ag News, 2/10/21
Quoted: Paul Mitchell, Agricultural and Applied Economics

Science, soil carbon increase yields
Agri-View, 2/7/21
Quoted: Matt Ruark, Soil Science

Of Interest

Black farmers unconvinced by Vilsack’s ‘root out’ racism vow
Associated Press, 2/9/21