University of Wisconsin–Madison

Outreach

 AAE faculty view outreach to the state, nation and the world as a key part of our mission. Many of our faculty are supported in this mission by UW-Extension. We are constantly striving to provide relevant, timely information that can help policymakers and citizens alike.

AAE Media Mentions

  • Nick Parker wins JAERE Award

    AAE would like to congratulate professor Nick Parker, and his co-author Bryan Vadheim, recipients of the  2017 Ralph C. d’Arge and Allen V. Kneese Award for Outstanding Publication in the Journal of the Association of Environmental and …

  • What Trump tariffs mean for international trade in Wisconsin

    Tessa Conroy, Steve Deller and Matt Kures, all of AAE’s Center for Community and Economic Development, dig in to the statistics of Wisconsin’s international exports, and what changing trade agreements could mean for the state …

  • Helping producers protect watersheds

    Professor Paul Mitchell was interviewed by WPR about the imapct of new legislation to provide increased grants for producer-led watershed programs. Grants provide matching funds that can help cover the cost of soil testing, planting …

  • What a low unemployment rate means for Wisconsin’s economy

    The state’s unemployment rate dropped to 2.9 percent in February, according to the Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development. The preliminary estimates would mark a historic low in the state’s monthly unemployment rate. AAE Professor Steven …

  • Understanding the effects of tax incentives on land conservation

    AAE Professor Nic Parker, together with his colleague Wally Thurman from NC State University, conduct the first study of its kind on the effect of tax incentives on conservation easements. In addition to exploring whether …

  • More Media posts

OUTREACH BLOG

  • What Trump tariffs mean for international trade in Wisconsin

    Tessa Conroy, Steve Deller and Matt Kures, all of AAE’s Center for Community and Economic Development, dig in to the statistics of Wisconsin’s international exports, and what changing trade agreements could mean for the state …

  • Helping producers protect watersheds

    Professor Paul Mitchell was interviewed by WPR about the imapct of new legislation to provide increased grants for producer-led watershed programs. Grants provide matching funds that can help cover the cost of soil testing, planting …

  • What a low unemployment rate means for Wisconsin’s economy

    The state’s unemployment rate dropped to 2.9 percent in February, according to the Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development. The preliminary estimates would mark a historic low in the state’s monthly unemployment rate. AAE Professor Steven …

  • Livestock Gross Margin Insurance Program for Dairy Webinar

    The funding limitation imposed on the Livestock Gross Margin for Dairy Cattle (LGM-Dairy) insurance program was eliminated via last month’s Federal budget agreement. In addition, dairy farm operators are now able to opt out of …

  • AAE presents the Status of Wisconsin Agriculture 2018

      Status of Wisconsin Agriculture, the longstanding agricultural situation and outlook report produced by the University of Wisconsin-Madison College of Agricultural and Life Sciences and UW-Extension/Cooperative Extension is back in its second year, after a …

  • More Outreach posts