NEPC Research Priorities

Northeast Pasture Consortium 2019 Research and Education Priorities

1. Explore new methods to transfer knowledge and information to increase adoption of research findings within the agriculture community; incorporate social science research into increased adoption and technology transfer.

  • Including Farm Bureau to additionally influence regulations and legislations
  • USDA-ARS—keep working …
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2019 Poster Information

The poster paper session will be held from 3:15 to 3:45 PM on February 19th. Posters should be put up in the morning, and remain throughout the conference. Presenters should be available during the afternoon session.

The poster session allows researchers, educators, grazinglands specialists, and others a chance …

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Consortium meeting featured

The 2018 Northeast Pasture Consortium meeting is featured in Country Folks.

Conservation, quality soils, cool season pastures and human health are uniquely intertwined in the northeast pasture belt for the benefit of all. The Northeast Pasture Consortium continues to advocate for these coveted grasslands and grazing’s importance with an …

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Emergency Preparedness and Response Training Opportunity

USDA-APHIS Niche Stakeholder Working Group Emergency Preparedness and Response Training Opportunity

Drs. Sierra Burrell and Keren Rozensher, Veterinary Medical Officers with Veterinary Services, will be presenting on one of the 2017 Surveillance, Preparedness, and Response Services (SPRS) Priority Projects: The Niche Stakeholder Working Group (NSWG). The NSWG is a …

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