In celebration of National Cooperative Month, please join us for the webinar:
The Role of Cooperatives in Local Food Systems Development
October 30th 1 pm EST
Join national cooperative leaders and development specialists for an engaging webinar on how cooperatives have benefited food supply chains and played a critical role in developing local and regional food systems.
. Andrew Jermolowicz – Associate Deputy Administrator, Coop Programs, USDA Rural Development
. Elanor Starmer – National Coordinator, USDA “Know Your Farmer, Know Your Food” Initiative
. Jim Barham – Agricultural Economist, Coop Programs, USDA Rural Development
. Margaret Bau – Cooperative Development Specialist, USDA Rural Development
. Robin Seydel – Membership and Community Development Coordinator, La Montanita Co-op
. Jan Tusick – Center Director, Mission Mountain Food Enterprise Center
. Karl Sutton – Farmer, Coop Member, Western Montana Growers Cooperative
This webinar is free to the public and does NOT require registration.
Just follow instructions below – See you at 1 pm EST on Thursday, October 30th!
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Thu, Oct 30, 2014
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