Food Dialogue is First of its Kind on Campus


October 22, 2014
Bryce Doeschot, vice president of Communication and Public Relations, Collegiate Farm Bureau, 402-450-6082

Food Dialogue is First of its Kind on Campus

LINCOLN, NEB. – Students that are interested in food in the 21st century are invited to attend a “unique and educational” event that will be hosted on campus early November, according to the Vice President of Programs for the Collegiate Farm Bureau, Lukas Fricke. “The Collegiate Farm Bureau is partnering with the Alliance for the Future of Agriculture in Nebraska to host a food dialogue where students will share their thoughts and ideas about food production, genetically modified organisms (GMO), livestock production affecting climate change, and animal welfare.”

“Food experts have spoken on campus before, but this is one of the first times that students will be able to share their opinions on how the next generation of agriculturalist will continue to produce a safe and abundant food supply. The panel of students will represent a diverse group of student organizations on campus. We are excited to host a dialogue that we hope will encourage students to share more of their opinions”, Fricke stated.

All students and faculty are invited to attend the Food Dialogue that will take place on Nov. 5, 2014 in the Great Plains room of the East Campus Union. The doors will open at 6:00 pm and refreshments will be provided.

The Alliance for the Future of Agriculture in Nebraska (A-FAN) is a non-profit organization formed by leading agricultural membership groups. These groups understand that livestock production is a critical component to Nebraska's future providing vitality and opportunity for rural communities, adding value to Nebraska's agricultural output and energizing the economy of the entire state. To learn more about A-FAN visit their website (

The Collegiate Farm Bureau is a student organization that is dedicated to serving as the ‘Voice of Agriculture on Campus’ through a wide variety of education, service, and advocacy efforts. For more information about Collegiate Farm Bureau, visit our Facebook page (