The sisterhood is nourished by bonds of friendship that have no borders or boundaries. It’s grounded in teamwork, multidisciplinary collaboration, mutual respect, science-based truth seeking, and love. Read the story of three friends who met at a One Health conference and built a lifelong friendship which has weathered the storms of graduate school and helped them become better and stronger people.
Honey bee health is vital, we need veterinarians to help keep them healthy. Honey bees play a critical role in agricultural production and pollinate roughly one-third of all food eaten in the United States. Safeguarding their health is of the utmost importance.
The 2020 Lunchtime Challenge, (LTC), reached and audience of more than 3,000 people through the creative promotional campaigns of 40 undergraduate students from multiple disciplines who raised awareness about One Health issues as diverse as an innovative integrated method of reducing agricultural waste utilizing black fly larvae, to the harmony between marine ecology and human health, and the impacts of deforestation for the production of palm oil.
How translating learning materials is making a difference for farmers and food processors.
WIFSS has developed an online training program for California farmers as they work to meet the new compliance standards of the FDA FSMA Produce Safety Rule.
For years WIFSS has been holding successful conferences, bringing international students to UC Davis to experience the principles of One Health, the importance of teamwork and collaboration, and lectures from world-class faculty and specialists.
WIFSS is set to offer one of the first remote deliveries of the official PSA Grower training course for specialty crop growers in California. The course is scheduled to be delivered on Thursday, May 14, 2020 via Zoom webinar, and will be co-taught by David Goldenberg of WIFSS, Michele Jay-Russell of WCFS, and Donna Clements of PSA.
The safety and nourishment of our families is a top priority, making the COVID-19 outbreak an important time to review the recommended steps for food safety whether cooking at home or getting takeout.
The NAU-UC Davis Education Conference on One Health for Food Safety and Security kicked off in the School of Veterinary Medicine’s Valley Hall on January 20.
Students learn about connection between people, animals, and the environment, and the role they play in food safety in all areas of the food chain from the soil to the consumer at One Health Conference.