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UCED Newsletter
Oct. 2021
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Malieka Bordigioni, Research Manager for the Food and Agricultural Policy Research Institute, Reno Campus, will be our guest speaker discussing Nevada agricultural production and prices. The webinar is at 10:00 AM on Thursday, November 4. This webinar will focus on Nevada agricultural products as to their production and price trends and as well as forecast of Nevada agricultural commodities. 

Bordigioni is the Research Manger for the Food and Agricultural Policy Research Institute at the University of Nevada, reno. Ms. Bordigioni has a Master’s degree in agricultural and resource economics at the University of Nevada, Reno. 

Topic:  Nevada Agricultural Outlook 

Date and Time: Thursday, November 4 at 10:00 AM Pacific Daylight Time 

Join the Zoom Meeting:

https://unr.zoom.us/j/85730447650?pwd=YXJyY3NiTDNIM3ZUdElXdVM4N3VpUT09 

Please let me know what future topics you would like covered.

Sincerely,
 
Thomas R. Harris, Professor and Director 

Our latest webinar: Determining economic contributions and impacts: What is the difference and why should we care?

Dr. Phil Watson, Associate Professor at the University of Idaho, is the lead co-author of the publication "Determining Economic Contributions and Impacts: What is the Difference and Why Should We Care?" In this webinar, he discusses those differences. Given the current changes in the economy from shutdowns by the COVID-19 pandemic, expansion of outdoor recreation, changes in public land and surface water policies, knowing the difference between and impact and contribution analysis is essential for the public and policymakers to understand.

More webinars:

View more videos online: https://www.unr.edu/business/centers/uced/sage-outlook
The University Center for Economic Development was established in 1992 and is funded by the U.S. Economic Development Administration. UCED activities and services include academic development research, counseling and referral services, and conducting sponsored workshops and seminars. Past studies, services, and seminars can be found on the UCED website. The Center is supported by University of Nevada, Reno’s Extension and Experiment Station units.

CONTACT: Professor Tom Harris, harris@unr.edu.  
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