CFANS in the news
Dr. Ted Labuza, a professor in CFANS Department of Food Science and Nutrition, is interviewed.
Metin Cakir, an assistant professor in CFANS Department of Applied Economics, is quoted.
Katie Kent, Kodi Bundermann, and Christina Kuismi, three of the five Douglas County 4-H members who helped raise the two turkeys from birth, are quoted.
Douglas County 4-H members who helped raise the two turkeys from birth are featured.
Dr. Abdennour Abbas, an assistant professor in CSE and CFANS Bioproducts and Biosystems Engineering, and Robert Venette, an adjunct professor in CFANS Entomology, are quoted.
Kodi Bundermann, one of five Douglas County 4-H members who helped raise the two turkeys from birth, is quoted. U of M Extension is mentioned.
The Bell Museum is mentioned installing bird-safe glass in its new building as part of the bird safety movement.
CFANS Department of Fisheries, Wildlife and Conservation Biology is featured.
Jeff Peterson, director of the Water Resources Center, is interviewed.
Dale Nordquist, associate director of the Center for Farm Financial Management at U of M Extension, and Ed Usset, a research fellow and grain marketing specialist in CFANS Department of Applied Economics, are quoted.
Research by the U’s West Central Research and Outreach Center (WCROC) is featured. Steve Poppe, a CFANS senior horticulture scientist at WCROC, and Dr. Emily Hoover, a CFANS professor of horticultural science, are quoted.
The U of M-developed Honeycrisp apple is featured.