What’s Next in Food and Agriculture
The National Press Foundation is offering a four-day training program to explore the future of food and agriculture. Over four days, journalists will hear from experts on the ways food is grown, marketed, sold and, unfortunately, often wasted. They will learn about labeling, growing methods, GMOs, pesticide and herbicide use, as well as organic farming. The program includes field trips to labs and farms.
This four-day training will be held Sept. 23-26, 2018, in Kansas City.
The all-expenses-paid fellowship covers airfare, ground transportation, hotel costs and most meals. NPF offers this professional development opportunity for journalists to enhance skills, increase knowledge and recharge their reporting on one of today’s most critical issues. This program is for U.S.-based journalists only.
Support for this program provided by a grant from Bayer.
Below are the chosen fellows:
Rick Barrett | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Adam Belz | Star Tribune (Minneapolis)
Karen Binder | Illinois AgriNews
Sam Bloch | The New Food Economy
Joseph Bustos | Belleville (Illinois) News-Democrat
Andria Cheng | Forbes senior contributor
Liz Crampton | Politico
Chris D’Angelo | HuffPost
Jim Dayton | The Gazette (Janesville, Wisconsin)
Rebekah Denn | Freelance, including The Seattle Times
Stephanie Ebbs | ABC News
Teaganne Finn | Bloomberg Government
Natalia Guerrero | BBC
Casey Kuhn | KJZZ-FM (Phoenix)
Daniel Moore | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
Laura Reiley | Tampa Bay Times
Caroline Stauffer | Reuters
Andy Uhler | Marketplace
Megan Wyatt | The Daily Advertiser (Lafayette, Louisiana)
Peter Zampa | Gray Television