|Scholarly Siege of Boston: Frontier’s 23rd Field Trip|
A blog post by Gabrielle Abeles-Allison, NCFPD Information Tech Student, University of Minnesota Undergraduate in Food Science
In Mid-October, the NCFPD associated Frontier group made its 23rd trip, but its first to the port city of Boston, Massachusetts. Called, “A Scholarly Siege of Boston,” the group spent time discussing behavioral economics, port security, and everything in between.
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This month in history
September 1891 witnessed a remarkable example of bilateral regulatory harmonization. Following an amendment to British humane-treatment regulations regarding the transatlantic livestock trade, in September 1891 the U.S. Department of Agriculture published conspicuously-similar regulations. The provisions of the British and American regulations were practically identical; the harmonized cattle-conveyance regulations were significant in that they represented transatlantic regulatory coordination involving the U.S. Department of Agriculture and the British Board of Agriculture.