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Tackling National Trends in Agriculture and Rural Issues

In just over a week, Class VII participants will be embarking on a great journey to our nation’s capitol to discover more about national trends in agriculture and rural issues. For some, this may be their first airplane flight and for others a return trip to learn more. No matter their past experience, the Washington, D.C. Seminar is sure to expand knowledge on national organizations, governmental operations, and much more.

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Where are they now? Chet Hill, Class IV

While in RLND I was an Area Extension Specialist in Ag Diversification at the Williston Research Extension Center. After 22+ years working for the Extension Service (14 yrs with NDSU and 8 years as a County Agent in Montana) I decided to try something new. In March of 2015, I became an agronomist for Hefty Seed in Sidney MT. I wanted to try the private sector and become more engaged with the farmers' decision making process in crop production.

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RLND Class VII Examines Agriculture's Future In North Dakota

The third RLND Class VII Seminar was jam-packed with speakers, tours and experiences that class VII participants won't soon forget. The seminar theme was Agriculture's Future in North Dakota and focused on diversity in agriculture.

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Class VII attends Seminar Two in Minot, ND

While attending their second seminar RLND Class VII visited the Minot Scandinavian Center

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RLND Class VII Orientation Seminar

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!

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