LEADelaware Visits NASDA Office to Discuss Farm Bill & Other Policy Issues

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Holly Porter, Deputy Principal Assistant for the Delaware Department of Agriculture, brought the LEADelaware  Class IV to the NASDA offices for a lunch-and-learn to discuss the upcoming Farm Bill and share insights on a range of policy issues, including but not limited to: animal health, tax reform, weed resistance, conservation, Title I programs, nutrient management, and cultivating the next generation of Ag Leaders.  We thank Holly and J.T. for their time and leadership, and we always appreciate the opportunity to visit with state leaders when they are in town!

Pictured Left to Right (Back Row): Dan Bautista, Univ of DE Poultry Veterinarian; Brooks Cahall, DNREC Environmental Program Manager; Blake Moore, DE Dept of Ag Environmental Scientist; J.T. Carpenter III, Farmer; and Dan Severson, Univ of DE Extension Agent. (Front Row): Lacie Dotterweich, NASDA Intern; Holly Porter, De Dept of Ag Dep Asst; Claire Cooper, Sussex Conservation Dist Conservation Planner; Samantha Steele, Weller & Assoc Certified Crop Ins Agent; Terra Eby, Univ of DE Program Coordination; Amber Bataille, DNREC Hydrologist; Michele Walfred, Univ of DE Comms Specialist; and Britt Aasmundstad, NASDA Staff.