2015 NIAA Annual Conference: Water and the Future of Animal Agriculture
February 11, 2015 —
Water. Without doubt the most important and controversial environmental issue on our planet. 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, March 23 - 26 in Indianapolis, IN, 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.
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