Below is our archive of news articles.
A statue of famed agriculturalist Norman Borlaug will be unveiled at the U.S. Capitol on March 25. Borlaug contributed to CAST from the beginning, and his legacy lives on.
Influential CAST publication now available as a video--Animal Feed vs. Human Food: Challenges and Opportunities in Sustaining Animal Agriculture Toward 2050
Borlaug CAST Communication Award Winners Continue to Influence the World of Agriculture.
Jeff Simmons received the 2013 Borlaug CAST Communication Award and he joined a panel of experts to discuss food security issues.
Conversation Focuses on International Trade, Water Issues, and CAST Research
Check out this opportunity to join in the Meals from the Heartland event.
With ag issues in the headlines, Agriculture Chair Senator Stabenow received the CAST President's Award in Washington, D.C.
Three briefings in Washington, D.C., and lots of online buzz for CAST's new Issue Paper
After a research-based analysis and peer-reviewed process, the authors of this CAST Issue Paper make it clear: "The precautionary principle may well be the most innovative, pervasive, and significant new concept in environmental policy over the past quarter century. It may also be the most reckless, arbitrary, and ill-advised."
David Songstad will be the new President-Elect for CAST beginning in October, 2013.
During an event at the World Bank, Jeff Simmons was announced as the 2013 BCCA winner. This experienced agriculture leader uses his communication skills to promote solutions for food security around the world.
Readers want credible information, but many don't have time to read extended research papers. That's where the new Ag quickCAST comes in. Readers can download the free publications and get the latest CAST research information in a concise form.
The theme of the 2012 Annual Report is the expansion of CAST into the realms of publication translations and videos, as well as our ever-growing social media presence.
Food, Fuel, and Plant Nutrient Use in the Future---examining the important connections between the world's needs for food and fuel and the thoughtful use of nutrients. Led by the task force chair, David Zilberman, the authors cite key research, make specific observations, and point out trends that will affect food production in the coming decades.
Hola! The new Spanish version of CAST Issue Paper #49 (49 SPA) is available online at the CAST website: Herbicide-resistant Weeds Threaten Soil Conservation Gains: Finding a Balance for Soil and Farm Sustainability
CAST’s new EVP, Linda M. Chimenti, writes about change, transition, and an organization that is looking forward.
John Bonner retires assured that CAST's vibrant future is strengthened by its storied past.
The CAST Board of Directors appoints Linda Chimenti as the new EVP. John Bonner will leave after many successful years at CAST.
Dr. Carl Winter knows that credible research information alone might not be enough. He believes scientists need to communicate the realities of food production to the public, and because of his skills at research, teaching, and communication, Winter won the 2012 Borlaug CAST Communication Award .
Dr. Carl Winter wins the Borlaug CAST Communication Award and presents a speech/slides/sing-along to get his messages across about food nutrition and safety. Check here for some photos from the event.
The annual World Food Prize Forum gives agriculturalists from around the world a chance to share ideas and work on food production problems.
Dr. Carl Winter receives the prestigious Borlaug CAST Communication Award at a recent CropLife America Meeting.
A new video and a new Spanish translation of a recent CAST Commentary examines the connections between animal health and food safety.
Three respected authors—Wallace Huffman, George Norton, and Luther Tweeten—receive praise for their work on an important CAST Issue Paper.
A new publication examines a major agricultural challenge: how to double the global production of livestock products during the next few decades without increasing the environmental damage caused by livestock production and related activities.