Organic Agriculture: A Complement or Competitor to conventional methods for sustainably feeding the world?

November 12, 2014 5:00pm to 6:30pm

The rise in popularity of organic food and products has sparked a debate in the world of agriculture. Some believe that with rising populations the only possible way to feed the world is through conventional agricultural techniques. Others believe that organic agriculture will be able to produce enough food for everyone. Will one method allow us to feed the world more responsibly than the other? Can the two methods be combined? Our panel of experts will discuss these questions and more!

Meagan Schipanski, Department of Soil and Crop Sciences
Jessica Davis, Department of Soil and Crop Sciences
Gregory Graff, Department of Agricultural & Resource Economics

Gene Kelly, Department of Soil and Crop Sciences,
SoGES Associate Director for Research & Development


Avogadro’s Number, 605 S. Mason

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