Reflecting the strong commitment that leaders of both the U.S. and China have for finding areas of cooperation, especially around climate change, and the essential role that climate-smart agriculture can play to accomplish the goals set forth by the national leaders, USHCA is again organizing the virtual U.S. – China Agriculture Roundtable this spring.
Despite the significant issues that encumber the bilateral relationship between the U.S. and China, we were pleased that there was broad bipartisan U.S. support for, and participation in, our US-China Ag Roundtable last year.
This year, our virtual 4-part U.S.-China Agriculture Roundtable will again take place during the National Agriculture Week to honor Drs. Norman Borlaug, Yuan Longping, and George Washington Carver for their extraordinary contributions to the field of Agriculture and our world.
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