RECENTLY, I attended the University of California-Davis' first annual Institute for Food & Agricultural Literacy Symposium. It was an eye-opening and educational experience. I was exposed to experts and opinions that challenged my current realm of knowledge and perspectives.
Professionals ranging from farmers to scientists to journalists were all represented. Each offered unique insights into an often contentious and misunderstood topic: geneti
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