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Crop Improvement and Seed Association Meetings Set

Multiple locations and a variety of topics offer something for everyone.

If you are interested in learning more about the North Dakota Crop Improvement and Seed Association (NDCISA), new varieties or producing seed, or have questions about seed laws, plan to attend one of the NDCISA district meetings Nov. 30-Dec. 5.

“Everyone interested in growth and promotion of the North Dakota seed industry is strongly encouraged to attend,” says Toni Muffenbier, NDCISA office manager.

The district, date, location and time of the meetings are:

  • Southwest, Nov. 30, Ramada Grand Dakota, Dickinson, 8 a.m.
  • Northwest, Dec. 1, North Central Research Extension Center, Minot, 8:30 a.m.
  • Northeast, Dec. 2, Memorial Building – Armory, Devils Lake, 8:30 a.m.
  • Southeast, Dec. 5, Veterans Memorial Auditorium, Casselton, 9 a.m.

Topics during the business meetings include:

  • Financial report
  • County membership and checkoff update
  • Dakota Select Seed update
  • District resolutions
  • District elections

In addition to a business meeting, program topics to be covered during the meetings include:

  • Research fee update and impact
  • North Dakota State Seed Department update
  • Small-grain variety update
  • NDSU Foundation Seedstocks

The meetings are free and open to the public. Door prizes will be given away at each of the district meetings. For more information, contact Muffenbier at 701-231-8067 or email

NDSU Agriculture Communication - Nov. 21, 2016

Source:Toni Muffenbier, 701-231-8067,
Editor:Kelli Armbruster, 701-231-6136,
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