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Thank you to the members of City Market!

Thanks to the Co-op Patronage Seedling Grants! Our project to determine the critical damage threshold was selected by City Market members for funding. Due to a larger than expected pot of money, our grants were three times larger than we … Continue reading

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Thank you USDA Exploratory Grants!

We just got word that USDA is funding us to resequence the Colorado potato beetle genome to understand rapid pest evolution and improve sustainable pest management! This grant will be led by Sean Schoville (Univ. of Wisconsin) and will also … Continue reading

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Attention Vegetable Growers! Help us fill out a survey on swede midge – a worsening pest in the Northeastern US

I am requesting your help in forwarding this survey to vegetable growers in your region. As you may know, swede midge is slowly invading within the Northeastern US. We are currently conducting a survey to determine: 1) how much existing … Continue reading

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Yolanda to speak at Wageningen University

Yolanda will be heading the Netherlands to Wageningen University, where she will give a talk as part of the Evolution and Ecology Seminars on May 23! She will also teach a Master class as part of the visit. http://www.wageningen-evolution-ecology-seminars.nl/

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Thank you UVM REACH!

We are pleased to receive a UVM REACH grant for Kristian to study the evolutionary genomics of insecticide resistance in Colorado potato beetle! http://www.uvm.edu/~gradcoll/?Page=REACHgrant.html&SM=Facultystaffmenu.html

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