News from June 5

College Partners with Campus Dining for New Container Farms,  Great Work Des Layne

What I Got Wrong About The Future Of Food Production


College Leaders Respond to Death of George Floyd

Small Manufacturers Think Big about Partnerships During COVID 19


Three College Leaders on Hope, Despair, and the Killing of George Floyd

Should Colleges Have Liability Protection?


Student Behavior is the Key to Reopening Colleges

EGG ADVOCATES TRY TO CRACK AG AID PROGRAM: Iowa lawmakers and officials sent a letter to Secretary Sonny Perdue on Tuesday asking the USDA chief to send more support for the state’s egg farmers. The group said about 70 percent of Iowa’s egg-laying flocks sell to the liquid egg market, which has been crushed by the closure of schools and restaurants.—egg-comment-letter.pdf

Rural Connections: Challenges and Opportunities in America’s Heartland
34 percent of rural roads are in “poor” or “mediocre” condition. That’s especially problematic for heavy vehicles like farm machinery or trucks carrying ag products.

‘Something isn’t right’: U.S. probes soaring beef prices

Robots armed with UV light fight grape mildew

Leading an Institution Through an Unprecedented Crisis
This is a conversation with three higher education leaders about leading an institution through an unprecedented crisis.  Ana Mari Cauce,President University of Washington,  Carmen Twillie Ambar, President Oberlin College Timothy White, Chancellor CSU


Innovate-How to Capture Thousands of Employee Idea and Suggestions—Zoom Recording