Madeleine Charney: This Librarian’s Sustainable Roots Run Deep
Madeleine Charney is a research services librarian with the UMass Libraries. She specializes in topics close to the heart of anyone interested in agriculture, food or the environment. Charney has seen an evolution of her tasks from the love of books, when she steered students toward library stacks, to managing data and offering information on open access.
Looking for Spotted Lanternfly, Recent Invasive Arrival
Spotted Lanternfly (SLF), Lycorma delicatula, an invasive insect native to Asia, was first detected in the United States in 2014, in southeastern Pennsylvania. This highly destructive pest has spread rapidly across the northeastern region of the United States. SLF has the potential to cause catastrophic damage to Massachusetts agricultural and horticultural industries.
UMass Leads Research on Dual-Use Solar-agriculture Installation
What happens when you merge sunshine, solar panels and plants at a specific site? Dwayne Breger, extension professor at UMass Amherst, in partnership with landowners, state agencies, solar developers and others, is intent on finding out.
1:00pmCenter for Agriculture Food and the Environment
8:30amCenter for Agriculture Food and the Environment, Food Science