Bridging the GAPs: Approaches to Treating Water On Farms

Laurel Dunn

Dr. Dunn is an Assistant Professor at the University of Georgia in the Department of Food Science and Technology. Her research focuses on the microbial risks associated with soil amendments and agricultural water, as well as stress response of enteric pathogens on plant tissues.

Chris Gunter

Dr. Gunter is a Professor in the Department of Horticultural Science at North Carolina State University. He is the Vegetable Production Specialist for the commercial vegetable industry in North Carolina, working with commercial vegetable growers to maintain a high quality of life through the use of integrated, economical and environmentally sound production practices.

Alexis Hamilton

Alexis is a Ph.D. student at Washington State University in the Department of Food Science under the direction of Dr. Faith Critzer. Ms. Hamilton’s research is based at the Irrigated Agriculture Research and Extension Center with a focus on fresh produce safety.

Lynette Johnston

Dr. Johnston is an Extension associate at North Carolina State University. She works with produce growers and food processing facilities in training and implementing food safety regulations and standards.

Troy Peters

Dr. Troy Peters is a Professor at Washington State University in the Department of Biological Systems Engineering. His research is in the Land, Air, Water Resources, and Environmental Engineering emphasis area of the department. Dr. Peters’ primary focus is agricultural irrigation.


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