UW-Madison Collegiate Farm Bureau to Host GMO Panel
Wisconsin Ag Connection - 02/10/2017
The University of Wisconsin-Madison's Collegiate Farm Bureau chapter is hosting an informational discussion panel on genetically modified organisms later this month.
The group is inviting four research and industry experts to speak on a different hot topic in agriculture on February 23.
Panelists include Kim Bremmer, a nationally recognized motivational agriculture speaker and the founder of Ag Inspirations; Jeff Endelman, an Assistant Professor in the Horticulture Department and the principal investigator for the UW potato
breeding program; Daniel Moehn, a former agronomist who once sat on the Certified Crop Adviser Board in Wisconsin; Dr. Heidi Kaeppler, associate professor in the Department of Agronomy at the UW-Madison; and James Baerwolf, a third
generation dairy farmer from Columbus.
The discussion will take place at 6:30 p.m. in UW-Madison's Sewell Social Sciences building.