For Wisconsin farmers dealing with wild swings in weather, adaptation is the key. [...more]
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It’s the “miracle vitamin” that was discovered by a CALS-trained researcher—-and our scientists have been prominent in exploring it ever since.What have we learned about the true benefits of vitamin D and its promise?
On Henry Mall
Shelbi Jentz knew that CALS would open her eyes to new ideas, but she didn’t think a whole new way of eating would be one of them.
Sustainable farms need sustainable buildings—and a CALS professor provides an option
1. You will not suddenly develop migraines upon entry. Rather, a “tension zone” describes a geographic area that marks a change from one type of vegetation to another, with species from both areas intermingling in that zone. 2. There’s a ... Read More
Bacteria found in cow rumens could be harnessed to process biofuel
A hands-on program takes wannabe foresters to the scene of their future profession
Qatar’s reserves of oil and natural gas make it one of the richest countries in the world—except when it comes to water. The desert nation is notably low on water, and what little it has often is salty.
Doug Weibel has a seemingly endless list of questions about bacteria, and he is using all tools at his disposal—and creating some new ones—to find the answers
BS’76 Agricultural Education, MS’82 Continuing, Adult and Vocational Education
BS’91 Agricultural Journalism
BS’65 MS’66 Agricultural Education
BS’84 Agricultural Economics
BS’88 Agricultural Journalism
BS’85 Dairy Science
BS’95 Dairy Science, Agricultural Economics
BS’43 Agricultural Economics
In celebration of its 40th anniversary, the Wisconsin Agricultural and Life Sciences Alumni Association (WALSAA) is honoring individuals who have made a difference not only for WALSAA, CALS or Farm and Industry Short Course, but in farms, classrooms, laboratories, businesses ... Read More
BS’86 Agricultural Journalism/Agricultural Extension Education
It’s a great biological mystery—how millions of migratory birds make epic journeys between their breeding and wintering grounds every year, rarely losing their way.