Carol McCartney, Outreach Manager at the Wisconsin Geological and Natural History Survey, focuses on the geological research of the Lake Superior region conducted by Charles Van Hise. McCartney discusses Van Hise's work, shows samples of rocks and maps, and shares data from his approximatel...
University of Wisconsin Extension experts in horticulture and nutrition education join to discuss how to address the nutritional needs of the community through farmers markets. The panel provides information about the Electronic Benefits Transfer (EBT) program which enables vendors to a...
Mark Krause, Chief Environmental Officer at Windy Drumlins, offers suggestions for living a sustainable lifestyle. Krause discusses the use of aquaponics, the cultivation of fish and plants in one integrated system, at his farm and its use as a means of sustainable food production.
John Freitag, Executive Director of the Wisconsin Beef Council, explores a more customer-oriented beef industry and discusses the results of the Consumer Beef Index. Consumers are looking for beef that is great tasting, safe to eat and always tender.
Gordie Jones, Managing Partner at Central Sands Dairy LLC, focuses on ways to restructure the farm to maximize milk production in dairy cows. Jones discusses the ideal temperatures for cattle and the type of stall that will help the cows produce the most milk.
Adam Hady, Agriculture Agent at UW-Extension Richland Center, discusses the proper disposal of dead animals' carcasses. Hady focuses on the advantages and disadvantages of composting. Hady explains the elements and procedures for successful carcass composting.
Katherine Cramer, Professor in the Department of Political Science at UW-Madison, shares the results of a five-year study to determine how people around Wisconsin view Madison, its people and the university. Cramer explores an urban-rural divide and the implications in statewide politics.