Join us Sunday afternoon for the second of our 2020 Soup and Science series. From noon to 1 pm, enjoy homemade soup and fresh bread, and catch up with friends and colleagues. Then sit back with dessert and enjoy listening to our guest speaker.
Ages 16+. Admission fee $5 per person for non FOJB members, paid at lecture. FOJB members are free. Register online at www.friendsofjugbay.org
Alexander Soroka Physical Scientist. USGS
Irrigation and Water Quality on the Delmarva Peninsula: Providing food for 33 Million People A clerical error in a small Delaware town led to a poultry production revolution which greatly altered both our farming practices and our diet. Subsequent changes in grain production dramatically raised field productivity, but the demand for increasing yields remains high. This talk explores how irrigating cropland can help maintain high yields but may lead to water quality concerns.