Don't miss your chance to get the early registration rate for the 16th annual Conservation in Action Tour in Frankenmuth, Michigan, July 10-11, 2023.This year’s tour theme, Experiencing Conservation in Supply Chains, will help connect the circle from farmer to consumer. At this year’s event, farmers, input suppliers, conservation advocates and processors will dig deep and share their perspectives on sustainable, climate-smart food production. Attendees can look forward to seeing the supply chain up close and personal, including cutting edge dairy practices, specialty crops like sugar beets and dry beans, milling and processing, and more.Also new this year is a special mixer for the next generation of conservation agriculture champions. Bring a young colleague, the new person in the office, an intern or a student. After all, the future of conservation agriculture is about more than crops, it’s about people, too.
Another new addition to the 2023 Conservation in Action Tour is 2 different, optional tours on Monday, July 10, 2023. Attendees will have the chance to choose between the following:
Online registration for the tour is quick and easy at https://www.ctic.org/tourregistration. The $225 early registration fee includes all tour activities, bus transportation and meals. Early registration ends on April 21.A limited number of rooms are being held in a Conservation in Action Tour reservation block at the Bavarian Inn Lodge in Frankenmuth at a special tour rate for July 10 & 11. The registration web page includes a link for online booking of rooms at the discount rate.The tour and celebration also offer sponsorship opportunities—high-visibility events with engaged participants, great speakers representing the agriculture industry, the research community and government sector, as well as national publicity. Sponsoring the program is also a great way to support CTIC’s future. For details on sponsorship, contact Ryan Heiniger at email@example.com.
- Following professionals from Star of the West through 3 of their mills, discussing the conservation, farming, and consumer angles every step of the way.
- An inside look at the Cass River Restoration Project. Located in the heart of Frankenmuth, at the Cass River Dam, Frankenmuth’s Fish Passage project reconnects the fish of the Saginaw Bay to more than 73 miles of historically significant spawning areas.
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