Interview with Bob Gray on 02/10/16 discussing contributions and involvement with the National Sustainable Agriculture Coalition and its predicessor organizations.
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Sustainable Agriculture policy development
Brief Biographical Summary - Bob Gray's legislative activities in Washington D.C. covers a broad range of agriculture policy issues, federal farm programs, environmental regulations, conservation issues, energy development and a host of matters affecting the agricultural sector. As a managing partner in the consulting firm of Gray & Oscar, LLC he has also worked to expand technology transfer of information to fanners across the country and to provide communications with consumers on the importance agriculture plays in the U.S. economy. He is a graduate of Cornell University where he majored in animal science and agricultural economics. His background includes serving as a staff consultant to the U.S. House Agriculture Committee and as Chief of Staff to a Member of Congress. In addition, Mr. Gray was Director of Policy Development for a private non-profit conservation organization. He has received a number of awards for his work, including the Gulf Oil Conservation Award, the National Association of Counties Distinguished Public Service Award, and the Natural Resources Council of America Legislative Achievement Award. He lives in Alexandria. Virginia with his wife, Pamela, and their two Beagles, Bonnie and Willow
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Minnesota Institute for Sustainable Agriculture (MISA); St. Paul, Minnesota 2016