Rural Leadership North Dakota
While attending their second seminar RLND Class VII visited the Minot Scandinavian Center
Members of RLND Class VII (2015-2017) gathered for their Orientation Seminar November 19-21, 2015 in Bismarck. The 29 participants started their RLND experience by meeting each other and meeting spouses/significant others of Class VII participants. The 29 participants in Class VII is the largest RLND Class in the 12 year history of the RLND Program!
The graduation gala honoring Rural Leadership North Dakota (RLND) Class VI participants on their completion of the 2013-2015 RLND Program was held Friday, November 20th at the Heritage Center in Bismarck.
Rural Leadership North Dakota's seventh class includes farmers, a swine operation manager, business owners, city officials, a dental hygienist, college and bank personnel, a museum director, credit analyst and biologist.
If you want to improve your farm or ranch operation, business, organization or community and develop your personal skills, the North Dakota State University Extension Service’s Rural Leadership North Dakota program can help. Rural Leadership North Dakota (RLND) is looking for participants for its seventh class, which begins in November.