The PPB provides scientific input on public policy issues to the society's officers, federal policy makers, and agency personnel and works with other scientific organizations and coalitions to increase the awareness of the science of plant pathology and advocates for increases in agricultural research funding.
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Is there specific legislation that concerns you? What policy issues do you believe we should be addressing? PPB invites your input and participation. Contact the PPB Board with your ideas.
PPB appreciates the more than 500 members who recently participated in providing feedback on APS's advocacy efforts. View the summary of the survey results and an article will be published in the January 2017 issue of Phytopathology News.
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