Participants in Class 11 of the Colorado Agriculture Leadership Program (CALP) will be in Fort Morgan April 18-20 to learn about agriculture production and business in the area. According to CALP member Michael Fisher, the three day seminar will provide “first hand experience to economic drivers of Northeastern Colorado”.
Highlights of the seminar are tours of the Cargill Plant, Quail Ridge Dairy, and presentations on the benefits of Ethanol and Economic Development efforts in the area. “We are looking forward to showcasing our industry and providing the Class with knowledge and insight they will be able to apply as future decision makers”, said CALP member Brett Rutledge.
The Colorado Agriculture Leadership Program develops and enhances the leadership capabilities of diverse men and women committed to the future of Colorado’s agricultural and rural communities. The program enriches this culture through hands-on, interactive experiences dedicated to producing graduates with the vision and commitment to lead change and ensure the sustainability of Colorado’s agriculture and rural economies. For more information, visit coloagleaders.org or contact Angie Cue, Executive Director at 303-547-5963.
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