UW-Madison Chancellor Rebecca Blank will tour the Hancock Agricultural Research Station (ARS) Tuesday, November 19, from 2:00 to 3:00 P.M., as part of her introductory tour of the central part of the state. During her visit, Chancellor Blank will learn more about potato research being conducted at the station, discuss agricultural topics of consequence in central Wisconsin with station superintendent Felix Navarro, and participate in a discussion with local growers.
Agricultural media are invited to cover the tour and table discussion. Chancellor Blank will also be available to share her perspective on research issues of importance to the agricultural community in Wisconsin.
Hancock ARS is located at N3909 County Road V, Hancock. The station supports research, education, and outreach in vegetable production and storage, irrigation technology, and soils. Hancock ARS is one of twelve experimental stations administered by the University of Wisconsin-Madison College of Agricultural and Life Sciences (UW-CALS).
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