Smart Farming and Managing Data
Skylar Schossberger, J.D. Candidate , University of Idaho College of Law, USA
You may find walking down the frozen food aisle of a grocery store less than extraordinary. Unless, of course, you are particularly hungry. Hungry or not, if you consider that an intense agricultural revolution 12,000 years ago would eventually lead to those frozen fruit and vegetable packets in your cart, then a frozen food aisle can feel more than extraordinary. By chance you ever find yourself confronted with photographer Irving Penn’s ’Frozen Foods” still life collection, you may never consider how those frozen fruits and vegetables were once the product of careful cultivation (and how they likely met a most ignoble end in one of Vogue’s garbage cans).
Skylar Schossberger graduated from Middlebury College Magna Cum Laude in 2020. Prior to law school, Skylar studied International Terrorism in Copenhagen, Denmark and worked as a technology public relations intern in Munich, Bavaria, Germany. Now Skylar is a third-year law student at University of Idaho College of Law pursuing a J.D. with a Business Law Emphasis focused on Intellectual Property Law. In her free time, Skylar enjoys practicing yoga and producing electronic music.
The University of Idaho College of Law is the law school of the University of Idaho, with its main location in Moscow and a second campus in the state capital of Boise.
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