Conservation Agriculture Systems Innovation
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Conservation Agriculture Systems Innovation

CASI Farmers Host New UC Davis Agroecologist, Amelie Gaudin

Amelie Gaudin discussing ecological practices with farmers.

CASI farmer members, Michael and Adam Crowell of Turlock, Darrell Cordova of Denair, and Scott Schmidt of Five Points, along with Jeff Mitchell, hosted Amelie Gaudin, the new professor of Agroecology in the Department of Plant Sciences at UC Davis at their farms on January 23, 2015 to share with her information about their farms and the efforts they have made to improve their crop production systems. Each of these farmers very graciously welcomed Dr. Gaudin who has been on the job in Davis for only three weeks.

Dr. Amelie Gaudin has tremendous experience with cropping system ecology and is currently establishing her research lab in Davis that is focusing on using agroecological principles to help develop efficient and resilient cropping systems. Three current themes that she will be emphasizing in her research program of her lab group are ecological intensification, climate-smart agroecosystems, and evolutionary root ecology, - all very nicely related to the core goals of our CASI Workgroup.

Additional information about Dr. Gaudin's work is available at her website and via email at


Posted on Monday, January 26, 2015 at 9:52 AM

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