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CALS in the News for the Week of March 6 – 12

In the News

Dear Pandemic: A braintrust of female scientists is answering your every COVID question
Fortune (Subscription Required), 3/12/21
Mentioned: Malia Jones, Community and Environmental Sociology

“Covid Vaccine Envy”: Are you feeling envious because you’re not next in line?
WMTV-TV, 3/11/21
Quoted: Dominique Brossard, Life Sciences Communication

A year after COVID-19 transformed life in Wisconsin, pandemic toll widespread
Wisconsin State Journal, 3/7/21
Quoted: Malia Jones, Community and Environmental Sociology

Despite Pandemic, Wisconsin Farmers Continued Milk Production Growth in 2020
Wisconsin Public Radio, 3/11/21
Quoted: Mark Stephenson, Center for Dairy Profitability

Kattia Jimenez of Mount Horeb Hemp is out to grow opportunities
The Cap Times, 3/6/21
Mentioned: Department of Horticulture

Reducing Sodium to Appeal to More Consumers
The National Provisioner, 3/11/21
Quoted: Jeff Sindelar, Animal and Dairy Sciences

Crave Brothers Farmstead Cheese boasts fresh-from-the-farm appeal
Dairy Foods Magazine, 3/10/21
Quoted: George Crave, Alumnus, Farm and Industry Short Course
Quoted: Debbie Crave, Alumna, Horticulture, Forest and Wildlife Ecology
Mentioned: Charlie Crave, Alumnus, Farm and Industry Short Course
Mentioned: Tom Crave, Alumnus, Farm and Industry Short Course
Mentioned: Mark Crave, Alumnus, Dairy Science
Mentioned: Patrick Crave, Alumnus, Dairy Science
Mentioned: Roseanne Crave, Alumna, Life Sciences Communication
Mentioned: Center for Dairy Research

Cover crops can be a herbicide helper
Successful Farming, 3/9/21
Quoted: Daniel Smith, Horticulture

Of Interest

USDA relocations curtail ag research, farmer confidence
Associated Press, 3/6/21

Relief bill is most significant legislation for Black farmers since Civil Rights Act, experts say
Washington Post, 3/8/21

Clinics wait to vaccinate farmworkers: ‘Our hands are tied’
Washington Post, 3/9/21