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2002 National Public Policy Education Conference

52nd National Public Policy Education Conference
Agrosecurity: The Challenge for Public Policy Education
Sept. 15-17, 2002
Reno, Nevada

A  conference summary report is available.  All papers are also posted on AgEcon Search.

 

Monday, September 16, 2002
A Review of Public Policy Education/Public Issues Education & Why It is Relevant to Agrosecurity Larry Sanders, Oklahoma State University
PDF Presentation
Policy Action to Secure the Food System Bill Hawks, Undersecretary for Marketing and Regulatory Programs, USDA
Agroterrorism Prevention, Response and Recovery Anne Kohnen, U.S. Department of Energy
Remarks
Security and the Food Supply: FDA Perspective LeeAnne Jackson, U.S. Department of Energy
PDF Presentation
Food & Agricultural Biosecurity is Everyone’s Responsibility: Report from Texas Summit Initiative Gene Nelson and Neville Clark, Texas A&M University

Remarks
PDF Presentation

Monday Afternoon Session — Policy Education Responses to Bioterrorism and Agrosecurity
Biological Terrorism Against Animal Populations and the Public Health Implications Bill Kvasnicka, University of Nevada-Reno
Remarks
PDF Presentation
Reducing Natural and Induced Biosecurity Risks Jones Bryan, Clemson University
Remarks
PDF Presentation
NIF Materials on Terrorism Dave Patton, Ohio State University
Panel: CES Policy Education Role David Foster, Oklahoma State University
Remarks  PDF Presentation
Karen Penner,
Kansas State University
Remarks
Leon Danielson, North Carolina State University
Remarks
PDF Presentation
Challenges and Opportunities for Extension Public Issues Education Jim Christensen, University of Arizona
Walt Armbruster, Farm Foundation
Tuesday, September 17, 2002
Public Issues Education (PIE) Methodology – Based on Natural Resource Dispute Resolution Steve Smutko, North Carolina State University
 Remarks
Pat Corcoran, Oregon State University
Loretta Singletary, University of Nevada
Collaborative Learning Steve Daniels, Western Rural Development Center

 Remarks

Walt Armbruster, Farm Foundation

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