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2001 San Antonio Presentations

The 51st National Public Policy Education Conference San Antonio, Texas

September 16-19, 2001


The 2001 National Public Policy Education Conference was cancelled. Papers and presentations were posted on this website as they were received to provide participants with useful resource materials. If you have any questions or comments, please contact David P. Ernstes at Texas A&M University.

 Conference Program EVOLVING AGRICULTURAL AND RURAL POLICY
Mike Martin, University of Florida
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RESPONDING TO CHALLENGES FACING RURAL GOVERNMENTS
Chair: Michael Dougherty, West Virginia University
Overview of Rural Governance Issues Don Lacy, Ohio State University
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Presentation
Working Effectively with Local Governments Lynn Harvey, Michigan State University
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Presentation
Financing Local Government Tim Kelsey, Pennsylvania State University
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Presentation


EVALUATION AND ACCOUNTABILITY OF EXTENSION PUBLIC ISSUES EDUCATION PROGRAMS
Chair: Katey Walker, Kansas State University
panel discussion Kay Rockwell, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
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panel discussion Howard Ladewig, University of Florida
 Remarks
Presentation


ECONOMIC ISSUES OF AN AGING POPULATION
Chair: Don Bower, University of Georgia
Financing Security in Later Life - An Extension Initiative Nancy Granovsky, Texas A&M University
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What are the Policy Issues? Catherine Hawes, Texas A&M University
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Implications for Extension Programming Judy Warren, Texas A&M University
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INNOVATION AND CREATIVITY IN FINANCING GROWTH MANAGEMENT: BEYOND PACE AND TDRs
Chair: Andy Seidl, Colorado State University
Innovative Incentive-Based Strategies for Growth Management Yancey McLeod, South Carolina
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Presentation
Creative Financing of Growth Management Programs Robert C. Wagner, American Farmland Trust
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Presentation
Evaluating Regional Strategies to Manage Growth Larry Libby, Ohio State University
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Presentation


GENETICALLY MODIFIED FOODS: WHOSE CHOICE, WHOSE RESPONSIBILITY?
Moderator: Kay Haaland, Washington State University
Consumer Preferences and GMO Policy Virginia Hillers, Washington State University
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Bringing Ethics into the GMO Discussion Jeffrey Burkhardt, University of Florida
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Presentation


CHANGING RURAL WORKFORCE
Moderator: Bo Beaulieu, Southern Rural Development Center
An Overview of Agricultural Workforce Policy Issues Phil Martin, University of California-Davis
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Presentation
Workforce Extension Programs at the Local Level Denise Blanton, University of Florida
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Presentation


FOOD SECURITY AND HUNGER
Chair: Michael McKinney, University of Florida
panel discussion Jenna Anding, Texas A&M University
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panel discussion Barbara Wallace, RESULTS
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THE FARM BILL - EVOLUTION OR REVOLUTION?
Chair: Larry Sanders, Oklahoma State University
Status and Issues David Schweikhardt, Michigan State University
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Producer Perspectives and Concerns Brad Lubben, Kansas State University
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Consumer Perspective Helen Jensen, Iowa State University
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Policy/Program Alternatives and Consequences Joe Outlaw, Texas A&M University
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The 2002 Farm Bill: Policy Options and Consequences
Congressional Staff Perspective Craig Jagger, House Committee on Agriculture
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