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Pesticides: Can We Do Without Them?

A case study modified by:
Jason Vokoun
Department of Natural Resources and the Environment
University of Connecticut
Case originally authored by:
Laurie A. Parendes
Department of Geosciences
Edinboro University of Pennsylvania
Scott H. Burris
Department of Agricultural Education
University of Missouri—Columbia
(Accessed from the National Center for Case Study Teaching in Science, University at Buffalo, State University of New York)
Part I—The Meeting
Sam Waters anxiously awaited the start of the county commission meeting. This would be his first official responsibility as a newly elected county commissioner. Little did he know when he won the November election that his first meeting would have such significant consequences for the residents of Tolland County, Connecticut. As people began to enter the conference room, these implications became all too real.
Sam recognized many of the faces in the room. John Shakely, the state Commissioner of Agriculture, obviously was there to represent the diverse local farming community, which included both moderate

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