Sustainable Agriculture Graduate Student Association Names Officers

Several dozen students from various CALS departments met at Williams Hall last week for a catered lunch and the semester’s first meeting of the Sustainable Agriculture Graduate Student Association (SAGSA).  Current coordinators Jason Allen, Andrew Smolski, Wayne Roper, and Maia Fitzstevens introduced themselves, gave a preview of this year’s events and opportunities, and led student self-introductions around the tables.

SAGSA was formed at NC State in the early 2000s to encourage communication among individuals who are interested in trans-disciplinary discussions about sustainability in agriculture and related scientific, socioeconomic, and political factors. SAGSA focuses on community with social and service volunteering opportunities, and invites those interested to contact for more information. Join the discussion forum  at!forum/sagsa-ncsu