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Class VIII Seminar 10

Class VIII Seminar Ten - Civil Engagement/Looking Ahead

What do you get when you combine the richest soil and best farmland in the world with a flagship university that is home to the only schools of law and medicine in ND? Add to that a premier school of Aerospace that is also the first school in the country to offer a degree in unmanned aircraft systems management. This, in addition to being home to one of the finest hockey facilities in the world and one of the most successful hockey programs in NDAA history. Intertwine all this with a proactive and innovative community of healthcare and government service.

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Class VIII Theodore Roosevelt National Park

Class VIII Seminar Nine - Economic Development and Leadership

Sunshine and the promise of spring beckoned Class VIII members to Watford City for an Economic Development and Leadership seminar. Kathy Tweeten kicked off the seminar with a revisit to Emotional Intelligence (EQ). She asked us to lean into discomfort and to be open and candid. EQ is the core to critical skills.

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RLND Class VIII International Seminar - Understanding International Ag and Community Issues

A diverse group of North Dakotans has a better understanding of the farming practices, culture and heritage of Chile following a 10-day stay in a country that’s more than 6,000 miles away.

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Cloverdale visit

Class VIII Seminar Seven - Understanding North Dakota Ag and Rural Policies

The eighth class of Rural Leadership North Dakota (RLND) met in Bismarck January 9-11, 2019 to learn about agriculture issues and rural policies. The group also learned first-hand how the statewide political process works.

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Class VIII Bowman Sign

Class VIII Seminar Six - Exploring the Relationship Between Agriculture, Communities and Natural Resources

The Exploring the relationship between Agriculture, Communities, and Natural Resources Seminar started with Kathy Tweeten sharing information on the seven Community Capitals. Our next speaker, Scott Bachmeier, visited with us about what he can do from his remote ranch, deep in the heart of the badlands, with his fiber optics connection that supports cameras for calving and his radio talk show, Dakota Prairie Outdoors.

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