In this Ag policy blog by Chris Clayton, Eve Turow Paul explains the difference in opinion Millennials and Baby Boomers have on food. “Food reconnects us,” Paul say, adding that “Food is identity.” It’s social currency.
On Tuesday, The Hill reported that, “The National Institutes of Health (NIH) is being called on the carpet to explain why it gave tens of millions of dollars to the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC), a United Nations agency that has been accused of “quackery” and “cherry picking” its facts.”[…]Read More »
Looking to teach your students about reducing food loss? CLA has developed a new lesson plan that provides students with concepts to help them both reduce waste as a consumer and learn how farmers use pesticide technology to prevent damage to crops. The lesson plan, a teacher presentation and a number of handouts are[…]Read More »