Denver Colo. February 19th – This years Governor`s Forum on Colorado Agriculture will feature a slate of dynamic speaker from across agriculture representing a broad spectrum of current issues facing the industry.
The pre-forum reception will be held at a new venue this year, the History Colorado Center. The center is located at 1200 Broadway Street in Denver. All registrants are welcome to join us from 5:30-8:00 pm, February 25th.
Registration will be open from 7 am- 1pm, Wednesday February 26th at the Renaissance Denver Hotel, located at 3801 Quebec St in Denver, Colorado. The morning session will contain information on the CSU Spur Campus, agricultural legislation updates, and keynote speaker Michele Payn on “Celebrating Agriculture.” This year`s forum will contain 2 breakout sessions, covering topics ranging from Mental Health Preparedness Training to Hemp production. You will also hear from a panel of media experts on Bridging the Consumer-Producer gap.
The day will conclude at 4:30 pm with the Colorado Farm Credit Hall of Fame Reception and Banquet.
For a full schedule of events, speaker bios, and to register, visit http://www.governorsagforum.com
CALP is a 501c.3 non-profit organization with the mission to develop leaders who will become a strong, unified voice for agricultural issues.
About Colorado Agriculture Leadership Program (CALP)
CALP is an intensive, two-year agriculture leadership program, focused specifically on developing high caliber leaders for Colorado agriculture who are well-versed in the complex and diverse issues of food production, agriculture policy, and the converging interests of rural and urban populations in Colorado. For more information, please visit www.coloagleaders.org.