U.S. Agricultural Research Critical To Advancing Global Food Security, Sen. Roberts Says In Blog Post

Agri-Pulse: Global food security: A past, present, and future approach
In this guest post, Sen. Pat Roberts (R-Kan.), chair of the U.S. Senate Committee on Agriculture, Nutrition, and Forestry, discusses the importance of U.S. agricultural research on global food security, writing, “[A]griculture must play a central role. … We must continue to build upon the time-tested infrastructure of research in the U.S. to make an impact around the world. Building the capacity of public-private partnerships will produce real results in addressing issues related to hunger, and developing economies of food insecure populations” (11/22).

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