Webinar: The Impact of the Coronavirus on Food and Agriculture

The current pandemic is posing major challenge to the health and economic well-being of Americans. The food and agricultural sectors are helping to ensure a stable and safe food supply, but there are still many challenges up and down the supply chain. In this webinar, experts will discuss a wide range of timely issues regarding […]

Featured Member: Ted Feitshans

Employer: University of Mount Olive, Division of Agriculture Mount Olive, North Carolina. Teach a full range of agribusiness courses in the undergraduate agribusiness program. 9/1/2016 to present Extension Professor Emeritus North Carolina State University, Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics (ARE), Raleigh, North Carolina Education and Work Experience: GEORGETOWN UNIVERSITY LAW CENTER, J.D., CUM LAUDE, […]

Featured Member: Megan Provost

Employer:  RISE (Responsible Industry for a Sound Environment) Education and Work Experience:  BS and MS in Agricultural Economics from Oklahoma State University; JD from the George Washington University Law School How did you get interested/involved in agriculture law?  I grew up on a farm in central Indiana, where I was involved in 4-H and FFA […]

Webinar: The Farm Economy and Estate Planning

The Farm Economy and Estate Planning Join us Thursday, March 26 at 12:00 PM (CST) for our next webinar! Please CLICK HERE to register. This webinar will discuss the current farm economy, as well as the impacts the farm economy is having on estate and succession planning across the country. Panelists include: Michael Fielding with […]

Featured Member: Joe Miller

Employer: Rose Acre Farms, Inc. Education and Work Experience: B.S. Agronomy; Brigham Young University M.S. International Agriculture; University of California, Davis J.D. University of Arkansas, Little Rock How did you get interested/involved in agriculture law? Grew up on a diversified grain and livestock farm in Northwest Indiana, with a major river running through our farm. […]

Webinar: Overview and Perspective on the Trump Administration’s “Navigable Waters Protection Rule”

Deidre Duncan Deidre is a partner at Hunton Andrews Kurth and is the co-leader of the firm’s environmental practice. “Deidre represents clients on permitting, compliance and litigation relating to the Clean Water Act (CWA), the Endangered Species Act (ESA), the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) and other environmental statutes. Deidre counsels clients on Corps infrastructure and […]

Featured Member: Mary-Thomas Hart

Employer:National Cattlemen’s Beef Association, Center for Public Policy Education and Work Experience: 2014, Berry College (B.S. Political Science) 2017, Samford University (J.D., Master of Science in Environmental Management) August 2017-Present, National Cattlemen’s Beef Association How did you get interested/involved in agriculture law? As the sixth generation of a North Florida farm family, I grew up surrounded […]

Webinar: Agricultural Law Update

David Grahn “David P. Grahn is the Associate General Counsel for the Farm Credit Administration. In this role, David is responsible for providing legal advice to the Board of Directors and the staff of the Farm Credit Administration on a wide variety of subjects concerning the Administration responsibilities to regulate the Farm Credit System Institutions. From […]

Featured Member: Jess Phelps

Employer: The Lyme Timber Company LP Education and Work Experience: Drake Law School J.D.; Iowa State University, B.S. How did you get interested/involved in agriculture law? My family farms in southwest Iowa and I grew up really interested in property law and land use issues related to farming operations (more specifically, historic preservation and land […]