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Young agricultural professionals from across Ohio are invited to attend the annual Winter Leadership Experience “Extending our roots” on Jan. 28 and 29, at the Duke Energy Center in Cincinnati. The conference features plenty of fun, 22 options for workshops, great food and keynote speakers – including AFBF President Zippy Duvall.
Cost is $150 per person, with a $25 discount for students and educators, as well as a virtual only option. Register online through Jan. 4. You will need payment and full contact information at registration. You are responsible for securing your own hotel accommodations. The registration page has information on the Farm Bureau block at the Hyatt on West 5th Street, or you may book at another location.
Crawford County Farm Bureau will reimburse one-half of the conference registration fee for the first four attendees who contact the county office prior to the event. You can register online and notify us at the office at [email protected] or 419.747.7488 that you will be attending. Once you attend, you will receive your reimbursement.
To learn more about the conference, click here.
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