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 Wander, M.M. 2001.  Management, Organic Matter and Carbon Sequestration, Illinois Crop Protection Technology Conference.  pp.73-75. Wander, M.M.  2002. Organic Matter Management and Carbon Sequestration, Illinois Crop Protection Technology Conference.  pp.69-72.    Wander, M.M. and S. Hollinger. 2004.  Climate Change, Implications for Agriculture. Illinois Crop Protection Technology Conference. pp.7-8. Wander, M.M.  2004.  Can Organic Practices Compete with […]


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Spring Semester Highlights 2011

Highlights this spring include the recent Earthweek visit to campus by Nancy Creamer, Director of the Center for Environmental Farming Systems, and by Matt Liebman, Wallace Chair of Sustainable Agriculture.  Nancy shared the story of how North Carolina is building a local food system and the launch of their  10 percent campaign.  Matt’s talk on the Impacts of Biodiversity on Agricultural Systems packed […]