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National honors x 2 (11/20/2015)

Khan Endres ASA 2015The NDSU Crop and Pest Report received national honors at the American Society of Agronomy annual meeting this week at Minneapolis, Minn. Mohamed Khan (left), Extension sugarbeet specialist, submitted the entry with assistance from Jan Knodel, Extension entomologist, and accepted the 2015 Extension and Education Community Award for Newsletter for the team. Shana Forster and Greg Endres (right), area cropping systems specialists with the North Central REC and Carrington REC, respectively, were also present at the ceremony. The Crop and Pest Report team includes these members of the Extension faculty/staff: Patrick Beauzay, Ryan Buetow, Greg Endres, Shana Foster, Dave Franzen, Andrew Friskop, Hans Kandel, Janet Knodel, Lesley Lubenow, Sam Markell, Tom Peters, Joel Ransom, Andy Robinson, Aimee Thapa and Rich Zollinger. Congratulations, all, for your collaborative work on a report that many producers have come to rely on for the latest in agronomic news from NDSU.

In September we announced that Julie Garden-Robinson, Extension food and nutrition specialist, received the North Central Region Excellence in Extension Award. Regional winners went on to receive national recognition, so this week it was my pleasure to join in round two of the applause at the Association of Public and Land-Grant Universities (APLU) annual meeting at Indianapolis, Ind. Congratulations, Julie, for your “uncompromising dedication to excellence.”

Chris Boerboom, Extension Director

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