Earlier this week, I responded to an information request from
Isao Fujimoto on trends in American agriculture. I mentioned a
document summarizing a symposium held by the Council on Food,
Agricultural, and Resource Economics (C-FARE) entitled "The
Industrialization of Agriculture: Policy, Research and Education
Needs." I signed the message listing both of my affiliations. I
work half-time for C-FARE and for the Henry A. Wallace Institute
for Alternative Agriculture.
The above mentioned project was funded and organized by C-FARE, a
professional society of agricultural economists, dedicated to
publicizing key economic issues within the research, extension,
and resident instruction agendas. The Wallace Institute was not
involved in this project.
Tracy Irwin Hewitt
Washington, DC Representative -- C-FARE
Policy Analyst -- Henry A. Wallace Institute for Alternative