DR. WESLEY KLINE, agricultural agent at Rutgers Cooperative Extension of Cumberland County, was recently recognized with the 2014 Distinguished Service to New Jersey Agriculture Award during the Agriculture Conventions in Atlantic City. Kline is an expert in food safety, having set up a Food Safety Task Force. Over the years he has trained more than 5,000 farmers on the importance of food safety. As an agriculture agent in Cumberland County, he has conducted years of research on different varieties of vegetables at the Rutgers Agricultural Experimental Station in Upper Deerfield. Kline’s years of red and green pepper trials have provided essential food stuffs to many food pantries throughout the area. He is an associate professor at Rutgers University.
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