Tuesday, December 7, 2010
7:00 a.m. - 10:00 a.m.
University of Idaho Boise | Legacy Pointe
322 E. Front Street, Suite 324 (corner of Front & Broadway)
Boise, ID 83702
Genetic engineering has become a part of the agriculture industry. From grains to fish, the types of changes in the gene have created larger harvest for farmers and producers. Recent court decisions threaten the income to farmers. Entire industries could be held hostage while 'non' genetically altered seeds are produced. What are the dangers posed by the court challenges? What are other products might be effected in the future? At what point does law and agriculture collide?
Mark Duffin, Idaho Sugar Beet Growers Association
Wyatt Prescott, Idaho Cattle Association, Executive VP
Dick Rush, Idaho Department of Agriculture, Director
Michael Thornton, University of Idaho
Dr. Jim Zalewski, 14GROUP, Inc., R & D Manager
Nancy Bryson, Holland & Hart LLP, Moderator
Registration and Continental Breakfast
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