Managing Global Resources for a Secure Future

2017 Annual Meeting | Oct. 22-25 | Tampa, FL

85 Special Session Symposium--Citizen Science, on-Farm Trials and the Future of Agricultural Research

Oral Session
Sponsored by Gylling Data Management

Special Sessions
The advent of GPS technology and precision farming tools has changed how farmers gather information for making management decisions. It has also changed how farmers interact with scientists and allows for increased opportunites for community-based participatory research. We have gathered a group of speakers who will discuss their experiences developing collaborative research projects, at different stages of project maturity and across agronomic, crop, soil, environmental and rangeland sciences.
Monday, October 23, 2017: 1:30 PM-3:30 PM
Marriott Tampa Waterside, Grand Ballroom I and J

Peter Claussen
Peter Claussen
1:30 PM
Introductory Remarks
1:35 PM
Citizen Science in Natural Resources: Lessons Learned from Stakeholder Engagement in Participatory Research Using Collaborative Adaptive Management.
Justin D Derner, USDA ARS; Hailey Wilmer, USDA Northern Plains Climate Hub; David J. Augustine, USDA-ARS; David D. Briske, Texas A&M University; Lauren M Porensky, USDA-ARS; Maria E Fernandez-Gimenez, Colorado State University; Leslie M. Roche, University of California, Davis; Kenneth W. Tate, University of California, Davis
2:44 PM
Growing the on-Farm Soybean Research Program in South Dakota.
Graig Reicks, South Dakota State University; David E. Clay, South Dakota State University; Sharon A. Clay, South Dakota State University
3:07 PM
Technical and Social Guidelines for Effective on-Farm Research.
Thomas F. Morris, University of Connecticut; Peter M. Kyveryga, Iowa Soybean Association; Janet McAllister, University of Connecticut; Alexandra Bell, University of Connecticut
3:30 PM
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