CALS in the News for the Week of March 13 – 19

In the News

Opinion: Wisconsin’s brutal wolf hunt shows hunters have too much sway over conservation policy
Washington Post, 3/15/21
Mentioned: Aldo Leopold, Deceased, Forest and Wildlife Ecology

Are food and energy prices included in inflation rates?
Marketplace, 3/18/21
Quoted: Steven Deller, Agricultural and Applied Economics

Wisconsin DOT Issues Funds to Support County Forest Roads
Transport Topics, 3/16/21
Quoted: Mark Rickenbach, Forest and Wildlife Ecology
Pictured: Arlington Agricultural Research Station
Pictured: Kemp Natural Resources Station

Coyotes among us: Wily survivalists spotted throughout Madison, but few conflicts reported
Wisconsin State Journal, 3/13/21
Quoted: David Drake, Forest and Wildlife Ecology

Former Badger running back starts scholarship foundation for underprivileged youth
WisBusiness, 3/16/21
Quoted: James White, Student, Life Sciences Communication

Warmer weather, looser restrictions draw students to gather outdoors
The Badger Herald, 3/15/21
Quoted: Dominique Brossard, Life Sciences Communication

City of Madison sees increase in recycling, as well as contaminated recycling
The Badger Herald, 3/17/21
Quoted: Todd Newman, Life Sciences Communication

Ag coalition urges trade promotion funding
Farm Progress, 3/15/21
Mentioned: Center for Dairy Research

Ten award-winning cheeses to headline Championship Cheese Auction
Wisconsin State Farmer, 3/16/21
Quoted: John Jaeggi, Center for Dairy Research
Mentioned: Dean Sommer, Center for Dairy Research

Farm Teaching Hours Bill passes Senate
Wisconsin State Farmer, 3/17/21
Pictured: Carrie Laboski, Soil Science

Officials: Farmers, motorists must know rules of the road
The Country Today, 3/15/21
Quoted: Cheryl Skjolaas, Biological Systems Engineering

Of Interest

Muir no more: Wisconsin Sierra Club chapter drops founder’s name as inclusivity measure
Wisconsin State Journal, 3/17/21