Morning Plenary Session

The Rise of Mega-companies in the Global Food System: Implications for Economic and Environmental Sustainability (22 minutes, 0.5 CCP hours) - PART 1
Dr. Jennifer Clapp, University of Waterloo



The Rise of Mega-companies in the Global Food System: Implications for Economic and Environmental Sustainability (23 minutes, 0.5 CCP hours) - PART 2
Dr. Jennifer Clapp, University of Waterloo



Food Environment, Health and Chronic Disease (31 minutes, 0.50 CCP hours)
Dr. Catherine Chan, University of Alberta



Alberta's Wetlands: A Keystone Ecosystem Still at a Crossroads? (30 minutes, 0.50 CCP hours)
Dr. David Locky, MacEwan University



Natural versus Anthropogenic Sources of Trace Elements to the Lower Athabasca River Watershed: Perspectives from the SWAMP Lab (29 minutes, 0.50 CCP hours)
Dr. William Shotyk, University of Alberta



Land and People- The Journey Continues (29 minutes, 0.50 CCP hours)
Dr. Anne Naeth, University of Alberta



Morning Plenary Discussion (28 minutes, 0.50 CCP hours)
Dr. Stan Blade, University of Alberta

Afternoon Plenary Session

Crop Rotations in the Future: More or Less Diverse?(28 minutes, 0.5 CCP hours)
Dr. Bill Deen, University of Guelph



Still Moving Toward Prairie Agriculture 2050(30 minutes, 0.5 CCP hours)
Dr. Karin Wittenberg and Dr. Brian Amiro, University of Manitoba



Just don’t Call it Climate Change: Climate-Skeptic Farmer Adoption of Climate Mitigative Practices (28 minutes, 0.50 CCP hours)
Dr. Lianne Lefsrud, University of Alberta



Alberta’s Environmental and Agricultural Future: Is Politics the Proverbial Albatross? (30 minutes, 0.50 CCP hours)
Dr. Ian Urquhart, University of Alberta



Is Science on a Path to Irrelevance in Policy and Management? (27 minutes, 0.50 CCP hours)
Dr. Robert Lackey, Oregon State University


Afternoon Plenary Discussion (22 minutes, 0.50 CCP hours)
Dr. Stan Blade, University of Alberta