2015 Annual Conference 

National Roundtable for Sustainable Aquaculture

Water and the Future of Animal Agriculture

Water. Without doubt the most important and controversial environmental issue on our planet. Water and the Future of Animal Agriculture is the featured topic for the 2015 Annual Conference of the National Institute for Animal Agriculture to be held in Indianapolis, IN in March.  How can production agriculture be as sustainable as it can be? How is animal agriculture impacting water quality? Is fracking affecting water quality for animal agriculture? What water regulations need to be in place or changed?


The conversation NIAA is pursuing at the Annual Conference about water quality, quantity and the operating environment will be dynamic and complex. During the two-day conference there will be presentations and discussions focused on the issues of sustainability, water use, water regulation and water quality as it applies to animal agriculture and its place in the world today and into the future.

 
Dr. Lonnie King, Dean of The Ohio State College of Veterinary Medicine, joins SwineCast to discuss the outcomes from the 2014 National Institute for Animal Agriculture Symposium "Antibiotic Use and Resistance – Moving Forward Through Shared Stewardship."
How will this meeting affect future discussions and outcomes? 
Listen HERE.

Proceedings and Presentations for the November 2014 National Institute for Animal Agriculture Hosted Symposium, "Antibiotics Use and Resistance: 
Moving Forward Through Shared Stewardship,"
are available HERE
or under Publications> Proceedings on the Menu above

Or view presentations from the Symposium on YouTube at 
NIAA Symposium Video Library.

Building Consensus and Advancing Solutions for Animal Agriculture

NIAA's purpose is to provide a resource for individuals, organizations, and the entire animal agriculture industry to obtain information, education and solutions for challenges facing animal agriculture.

Join the National Institute for Animal Agriculture to...

BE A PART of an organization uniting the beef, dairy, swine, sheep, goat, poultry, equine and aquaculture industries and providing a forum for consensus within animal agriculture...

REPRESENT your  business within an organization with state and national leadership across all sectors of animal agriculture...

ADVANCE PROACTIVE SOLUTIONS for and drive positive change within animal agriculture...

ACTIVELY PARTICIPATE in actions and resolutions addressing essential industry-wide challenges...

 
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National Level
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State Level
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Individuals

• Dr. Subodh Das • Mr. Keith M. Detrick • Mr. Marv Jahde • Dr. Gayle Johnson • Mr. Gene Lollis • Dr. Margaret Rush • Dr. Siddhartha Thakur • Dr. Jeremy VanBoening • Dr. Robert Evelsizer • Ms. Teresa Cremer • Dr. John Thomson • Mr. Mark Walton



 

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NRSA Announcement


Jessica Greene

NLPA/NIAA Welcomes Newest Member of the Team

The new year brings new talent to the National Livestock Producers/ National Institute for Animal Agriculture team. Jessica Greene has been named as the new Administrative Communications Coordinator.Greene is a graduate of Oklahoma State University with a bachelor's degree in agricultural communications and animal science. Since her graduation she has been working in the equine industry as an assistant trainer to some of the top National Cutting Horse Association trainers.

"I am very excited to be joining the NLPA staff and I plan to do my best to help this organization move into the future while staying true to old traditions," Greene said.

As the Administrative Communications Coordinator, Greene will be supporting the executive team with events and conferences as well as the communications efforts. She will be helping to ensure that timely, relevant and compelling information gets to the right audience at the right time.

Greene has strong ties to the agricultural community as she grew up showing horses, as well as raising cattle, sheep and hogs through 4–H and FFA in Castle Rock, Colo. She was also the Pikes Peak or Bust Rodeo Girl of the West in 2010.

"I hope to use my wide variety of past experiences to help me reach out to the members of NLPA, the National Institute for Animal Agriculture and the Global Roundtable for Sustainable Beef and help to make these organizations as successful as they can be," Greene said.

As of January 5, Greene will be working closely with the other members of the NLPA staff in the Colorado Springs, CO office.

"We are pleased to have Jessica join our team and look forward to the many contributions she will make in the future," Scott Stuart, CEO of NLPA, said. NLPA/NIAA News Release, 01/05/15



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