Spotlight ArchiveUSDA’s Chief Scientist Woteki Helps Connect Scientists from across the Globe to Meet Global Challenges Facing Food and Agriculture - From the USDA Blog's Science Tuesday Series
Remarks by Catherine Woteki, USDA Chief Scientist and Under Secretary at the 2012 Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics
NC State Celebrates 150th Anniversary of the Morrill Act
President's Council on Science
“New Horizons for Research”, Remarks of Dr. Catherine Woteki at Meeting of Agricultural Chief Scientists
Remarks at the World Cocoa Foundation – 21st Partnership Meeting & Roundtable Sessions by Dr. Catherine Woteki, USDA Chief Scientist
Teach a Child to Raise a Fish, and They'll Have Skills for a Lifetime
When it comes to aquaculture, many teachers know diving into the business with hands-on training is the way to build students' skills. USDA has provided some of these educators funding to turn fish tanks into classrooms with excellent results.
Outdoor Cows Are in Their Element
Moving dairy cows out of climate-controlled barns and onto the land may help to lessen the ecological impact of dairy farming without any corresponding loss of production.
Putting together the June Acreage Report is no Small Feat
Earlier this month, USDA's National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS) spent two weeks contacting farmers and ranchers to find out how much U.S. farmland is planted to specific crops and to determine the number of livestock on U.S. farms and ranches.
A Green Ride to School
Biodiesel fuel containing winter canola oil is pumped into a school bus.
Focus on Feed Ingredient's Effects on E. coli in Cattle
Agricultural Research Service.