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RLND Class VIII participants with Roger Johnson at USDA.

RLND Class VIII Seminar Four - Washington, DC: National Trends in Agriculture and Rural Issues

It was a major accomplishment for our RLND Director, Marie Hvidsten, to gather 24 class participants from various airports across ND during a winter storm, all coming together in Washington, DC for a joined venture to our nation’s capital.

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RLND Class VIII Seminar Three - Agriculture's Future in North Dakota

The seminar started with RLND Class VIII participants experiencing the Congressional Insight Workshop with Pete Hanebutt, Director of Public Policy ND Farm Bureau, presenting the workshop. This was a hands-on workshop that highlighted the processes and decisions a freshman Congressman or Congresswoman experiences as they begin their legislative career.

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Class VIII Seminar 2 International Peace Garden

RLND Class VIII Seminar Two - Personal Leadership Development

he Personal Leadership Development seminar started with Kathy Tweeten, consultant, introducing Class VIII participants to emotional intelligence (EQ). Each class member completed a survey before the seminar and Kathy went over the individual reports and shared research about the components of EQ.

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Class VIII Orientation

RLND Class VIII Orientation

Members of RLND Class VIII (2017-2019) gathered for their Orientation recently in Bismarck. The 26 participants started their RLND experience by meeting each other and meeting spouses/significant others of Class VIII participants.

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RLND Class VII Seminar Ten — Leading in a Changing World

RLND Class VII began its 10th and final seminar in the beautiful Turtle Mountains on June 28, 2017. The site chosen for the start of seminar ten was Annie’s House located at the Bottineau Winter Park. The beautiful facility was built in 2012 on the 11th anniversary of the 911 World Trade Center attacks. The facility is named after Ann Nelson who was North Dakota’s only resident killed on that tragic day.

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