Show Me, Don’t Tell Me. Dairy Innovations for a Sustainable Future
Continuing Education Credits for CDR, ACSM
National Dairy Council’s latest webinar, “Show Me, Don’t Tell Me. Dairy Innovations for a Sustainable Future,” features dairy farmers and innovators, from farms of all sizes and areas of the country, discussing how they are continuously adopting new practices and technologies to produce the same amount of food using fewer natural resources. Watch the webinar video below to learn about technologies and on-farm practices they use to reduce food waste and greenhouse gas emissions and improve water use and quality.
After this presentation, attendees should be able to:
- Describe the dairy industry’s goals to becoming greenhouse gas neutral or better by 2050, and their commitment to being an environmental solution.
- Identify the modern technology and on-farm practices dairy farmers are utilizing to reduce food waste and greenhouse gas emissions.
- Understand how these sustainable methods are being implemented at Ivy Lakes dairy farm regarding cow care, cow nutrition and genetics, feed management, equipment, field improvements and manure management.
- Read, download and share resources on sustainable food systems.
- Abbey Copenhaver, MS, RD. Ivy Lakes Dairy. Farmstead Nutrition & Consulting. National Dairy Council Ambassador. Team Chocolate Milk Athlete. American Dairy Association Northeast Spokesperson. Dairy Sustainability Alliance Farmer Representative. Innovation for U.S. Dairy Stewardship Task Force.
- Austin Allred. Royal Dairy.
- Brett Reinford. Reinford Farms.
- Alise Sjostrom. Jer-Lindy Farms.
- Adam Wylie. Leprino Foods.
Length of presentation: 60 minutes
Suggested Performance Indicators:
- 8.2.3 Implements individualized services to reflect customer-centered approach as it pertains to the customer’s physical, social, cultural, institutional and economic environment.
- 2.3.1 Applies the principles of collaboration and negotiation in teamwork.
- 7.2.6 Identifies and promotes sustainable, resilient, healthy food to staff, customers and public.
- 7.2.3 Communicates the role of sustainable food practices and food insecurities for populations.
Continuing Education Certificates:
CDR ACTIVITY TYPE: 171, CPE LEVEL 2, CPE: 1 Credit
Expiration date for CEUs – May 6, 2024
- CPEU certificate (Live Version) for CDR
- CPEU certificate (Recorded Version) for CDR
- CEC certificate for ACSM