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Pace Professor Serves On Panel At Conference On Dairy Production Challenges

Melanie DuPuis, professor of environmental studies and science at Pace University.
Melanie DuPuis, professor of environmental studies and science at Pace University. Photo Credit: Pace.edu

PLEASANTVILLE, N.Y. -- Melanie DuPuis, professor of environmental studies and science at Pace University and author of "Nature’s Perfect Food: How Milk Became America’s Drink," is among distinguished guests who will serve at a conference on changing the dairy landscape, discussing a number of challenges facing dairy production and consumption in New York and America.

New York State’s Dairy Industry: Family Farms, Price Supports and the Raw Milk Controversy, will be held on Thursday, April 16, from 4:15-6:15 p.m. at Albany Law School in Room 200 of the 1928 Building.

Other topics of discussion will include:

  • The role of dairy production in economic development.
  • The sustainability of federal price supports and farm bill politics.
  • The impact of industrialization and the rise of Big Milk on family farms.
  • Changing labor practices in the New York dairy sector.
  • The white-hot controversy over raw milk.

Other distinguished guests include: Kendra Smith-Howard, associate professor of history at University at Albany and author "Pure and Modern Milk: An Environmental History Since 1900"; Parke Wilde, associate professor of food policy at Tufts University, and Author of "Food Policy in the United States." There will also be a speaker from Chobani and the New York state Department of Agriculture and Markets.

Timothy Lytton, Albert & Angela Farone Distinguished Professsor of Law, Albany Law School, will serve as the moderator.

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