March 19—Public opinion of water and implications for agriculture

Kati Miggliacio at a research turfgrass plot on UF's campus. ???????????????????????????????????????Water has recurrently been identified as one of the most critical issues facing the agricultural industry. What do Floridians think about supplying water for agricultural use?  Do Floridians know much about water policy and the implications for agriculture?  Join this session to learn the answers to these questions and more about public perceptions, attitudes and knowledge related to water use as Alexa Lamm discusses the latest PIE Center public opinion survey results. Kati Migliaccio will provide insights into the results based on her extensive experience working in water resource engineering and pose a few questions to generate discussion on how the results of this survey may be put to use.


Kati Migliaccio, Associate Professor, Agricultural and Biological Engineering, UF/IFAS Tropical Research and Education Center, University of Florida.

Alexa Lamm, Assistant Professor, Department of Agricultural Education and Communication and Associate Director of the PIE Center, University of Florida.

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  1. John Gregory Reply

    I went to “PAST EVENTS” of which there are 28. I clicked on one of them and found that I had to register for it. But it was completed more than 3 months ago. Please explain to me why you have that selection if there is no information available about what happened.

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