Class X met for their eighth seminar
on December 8th-9th, 2017.
Our featured Class X authors for this newsletter are Tom Mitchell and his lovely wife Cheryl Mitchell. Click on the image of the newsletter to read about this fun seminar!
Class X Seminar VIII Newsletter
The UF/IFAS Center for Public Issues Education
has recently released a study comparing the attitudes, perceptions, and opinions of Florida consumers around genetically modified food issues with those of current and past participants of the
Wedgworth Leadership Institute for Agriculture and Natural Resources.
In Florida and throughout the United States, food-related issues such as the use of new food technologies continue to be a top concern among consumers. Since consumers’ opinions regarding genetically modified food issues is important to both the sustainability ...
Class X met for their seventh seminar
on October 2nd-11th, 2017.
Our featured Class X authors for this newsletter are Cathy Atchley, Austin Spivey, and JC Deriso.
Check out the newsletter to learn more about this seminar!
During Seminar VII in Washington, D.C., Class X member Melissa Syfrett, Syfrett Feed Co., was interviewed by RFD-TV about the impacts of Hurricane Irma on beef and dairy production in Florida.
During Seminar VII in Washington, D.C., Class X member Brad Lundy, Sugar Farmer & Everglades Equipment Site Manager, was interviewed by RFD-TV about Hurricane Irma's impact on sugar cane production in Florida.
During Seminar VII in Washington, D.C., Class X member Tom Mitchell, Riverfront Packing Co. Vice President, was interviewed by RFD-TV about the impact of Hurricane Irma on citrus production in Florida.
En route from D.C. to Dever...
I've always been facsinated by the patchwork quilt made by viewing adjacent farms from the air.
Beautiful morning at DeLaney Community Farm. This Urban Garden connects shareholders to where their food is grown and helps refugees get back on their feet.
...you must try a cupcake (or two) at D.C. Cupcakes. Yum! Bonus- no line.
We concluded programming at 10:10 pm tonight. It was a very long, but very enlightening day. I will type more later...for now, I'll post pictures from today.