Denver Colo. October 22nd – The Colorado Agricultural Leadership Program (CALP) is excited to announce the 30th Annual Colorado Ag Forum, formerly known as the Governor’s Forum on Colorado Agriculture, is back, bigger, and better than ever before. The past year and a half has brought challenges to our state that no one could have prepared for. Through those difficulties, the undying importance of agriculture to our community has become exceedingly apparent.

Because of this, the current CALP class thought it more important than ever to celebrate the industry that brings so much to Colorado. Hailing from historic and iconic notions of agriculture’s significance, this year’s theme does just that: Agriculture, Our Wisest Pursuit.

The event will take place a week later than normal. Slated for Wednesday, March 2nd, 2022 it will be a day full of networking, learning, and exploring with leaders across Colorado’s agriculture and business communities. Registration will be open 7 am – 1pm – at the Renaissance Denver Hotel – located at 3801 Quebec St in Denver, Colorado.

The pre-forum reception will be held at a new venue this year, the National Western Complex. Located at 4655 Humboldt Street in Denver. All registrants are welcome to attend from 5:30-8:00 pm, March 1st, 2022.

The day will conclude at 4:30 pm with the Colorado Farm Credit Hall of Fame Reception and Banquet.

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If you are interested in sponsoring the Colorado Ag Forum, please contact Dani at or (303) 547-5963.

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 The Colorado Ag 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