CALP Corner Interview Series

Keep checking inside the BARN for the next edition of CALP Corner!

CLICK HERE to listen to the interview with CALP Class 13 Member Caiti Hladky from November 14th

CLICK HERE to listen to the interview with Jilane Hixson from October 31st

CLICK HERE to listen to the interview Maggie Hanna from October 31st

CLICK HERE to listen tot he interview with CALP Class 13 Member Kara Smith from Nov 5th

CLICK HERE to listen to the interview with Tyler Hawkins from October 31st, 2018

CLICK HERE to listen to the interview with Marty Gerace from October 29th

CLICK HERE to listen to the interview from October 22nd

CLICK HERE to listen to the interview from October 16th

CLICK HERE to listen to the interview from October 9th

MORE CALP CORNER INTERVIEWS AHEAD…

Want to learn more about the 28th Annual Governor’s Forum on Colorado Agriculture Feb 27, 2019 in Denver – CLICK HERE

Want to learn more about the CALP Program – CLICK HERE

Early Bird Registration for  2019 Governor’s Ag Forum  Opens November 15th

Denver, Colo.- Nov. 5, 2018 –  Early bird registration for the Governor’s Forum on Colorado Agriculture will open on November 15. Early bird registrants receive a $50 discount off the regular price of $200. Early bird registration is available until February 1, 2018.  Special discounts available for students and Colorado Ag Leadership Program Alumni.

The annual Forum is scheduled for February 27, 2019 at the Renaissance Stapelton Hotel in Denver. This year’s theme, titled “Pursuing Possibility” will bring together producers, consumers, experts, and other ag stakeholders to share ideas, network, and collaborate on the state’s second largest economic driver.

Hosted by the Colorado Agriculture Leadership Program, this year’s Governor’s Ag Forum features a full program of dynamic speakers, breakout sessions, and networking opportunities. Stay tuned for upcoming information on featured speakers and program topics.

To register and take advantage of this limited-time discount, please visit http://www. governorsagforum.com/.

CALP is a 501c.3 non-profit organization with the mission to develop leaders who will become a strong, unified voice for agricultural issues.

About Colorado Agriculture Leadership Program (CALP)

CALP is an intensive, two-year agriculture leadership program, focused specifically on developing high caliber leaders for Colorado agriculture who are well-versed in the complex and diverse issues of food production, agriculture policy, and the converging interests of rural and urban populations in Colorado. For more information, please visit http://www.coloagleaders.org.

 

CLICK HERE to learn more about the CALP…