North Dakota Association of Agriculture Extension Agents



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Life Members

PURPOSE: Serve as a liaison between Life Members and members of NACAA and the Board of Directors; actively seek resources for the Scholarship Fund and encourage state program committees to develop programs that will enhance the Cooperative Extension Service.

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General Responsibilities

  1. Promote Life Membership. 
  2. Encourage Life Members to support the Scholarship Fund. 
  3. Identify and solicit agribusiness to become contributors to the Scholarship Fund. 
  4. Develop Life Member program for AM/PIC. 
  5. Motivate State Life Member Committee Chairs to develop significant program that will improve the image of County Agents.
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NACAA Life Members Website

Find information from the NACAA regarding Life Members including minutes from meetings as well as the current plan of work for 2017-2018 by clicking here:

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North Dakota Life Members

Members as of 2019-2020

Aakre, Dwight

Klein, Bill

Anderson, Ronald

Kringler, John

Ashley, Roger

Liane, Mike

Barondeau, Dwain

Logan John W.

Berglund, Duane

Lykken, Terry

Brown, Keith

Maine, Richard

Buckley, Jackie

Martin, Roger

Colberg, Wayne

Naze, Dale

Davidson, Morris

Nichols, Kendel

Denich, Darrell

Olson, Thomas

Dexter, Alan

Peterson, Don

Elhard, Gene

Rice, David G.

Erickson, Karlyle

Rose, Mike

Flaskerud, George

Sagaser, Steve

Fragodt, Al

Schroeder, J.W.

Gienger, Clint

Semler, Tim

Hankel, Wayne

Soiseth, Keith

Hassebroek, Julie

Stuber, Les

Hauser, Rick

Swenson, Andy

Holm, Morris

Swenson, John

Huot, Willie

Twist, Don

Kenward, Jim


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Registering a New Life Member

Registering a new Life Member should be handled thru the state association as each association determines Life Member eligibility since every state is different on who they allow as members (Active & life).

The person (perhaps the Secretary or Treasurer) in the respective state who updates the state membership in the NACAA Member database can convert someone to Life Member online, then submit a onetime $50 check to Scott Hawbaker, NACAA Executive Director.  This can be done during the normal annual renewal process or at any time during the year they want to do it.

It is necessary for the NACAA Executive Director to receive the check and "clear" their dues online.  Then he sends the check to the NACAA Treasurer.  When the state person updates dues for someone it generate a dues submission form which is to be sent with the money.  It shows that it needs to be mailed to the NACAA Executive Director (along with how much is due).

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