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College Park Marriott Hotel and Conference Center – Thursday, November 7, 2019, 8am-6pm
Morning Session Topics/Panels
1. Policy and Institutional Support for Cover Crops
2. Cover Crop Innovations in Fruit and Vegetable Production Systems
3. Cover Crop Innovations in Field Crop Pest and Weed Control
Afternoon Session Topics/Panels
1. Benefits of Cover Crops
2. Cover Crop Innovations in Fruit and Vegetable Production Systems pt. 2
3. Cover Crop Innovations in Field Crop Nutrient Management
4. Hands-on Training on Cover Crop Tools and Resources (bring your own laptop/internet-connected device)
Beltsville Agricultural Research Center Field Tour – Friday, November 8, 2019, 8am-12pmFind out more »
Take a look at this year's speakers and schedule featuring engaging breakout session topics at the 2019 ARA Conference & Expo in New Orleans, Dec. 3-5. Register now at the early bird rate to maximize your savings and unmask your business potential. Agenda topics will include: • Customer experience • Making digital interactions easy • Soil health • And more! Register HereFind out more »
Looking ahead with 2020 vision: How farmers can keep clean water in focus is the theme for this years’ 8th Annual Discovery Farms® Conference set to be held on December 11 at the Glacier Canyon Conference Center in Wisconsin Dells. This year, Discovery Farms will put Wisconsin in focus and feature the state of our state’s water quality from the perspectives of farmers, policy makers and researchers. On the agenda: Is progress even possible? Alisa Gravitz, Green America Center for Sustainability Solutions…Find out more »
The 28th annual National No-Tillage Conference offers a mix of general sessions, No-Till Classrooms and invaluable No-Till Roundtables. Just as important is the chance to profit from unlimited hallway networking with the most innovative, forward-thinking minds in no-till during next January's event in St. Louis!Find out more »
Join other farming peers at these high-level business conferences. With five events in one location your entire farm team’s needs, plus conference attendees are together for evening meals, receptions and some incredible keynote speakers. See the full agenda here: https://www.tpsummit.com/agenda/Find out more »
The learning environment consists of a mix of discussion, small group exercises, case study application, and debate and dialogue with experienced instructors and a network of colleagues.
Marketplace Trends and Competitive Positioning
This session will view the industry from a broad overview, laying the groundwork for the class to discuss industry disruptions, innovation and the implications to their businesses.
A strategic mind-set is important in the daily operation of your business and in meeting long-term business goals. Learn how to use decision analysis tools in your operation.
Examining Profitability: Your Role and Impact
Financial statements provide valuable data for decision-making purposes. A profitability linkage model evaluates your company's position and performance within the industry.
Creating Value for your Customers
At the core of this session is an examination of what it takes to create value in the marketplace and differentiate your organization from the competition. An opportunity to spend time with Southwest producers is a part of the session.
Implementing Organizational Leadership Strategies
Your leadership skills impact your ability to motivate and influence team members and managers up the line. Learn how to thrive in environments with constant change.
Services Excellence and Blueprinting
Service Blueprinting is a versatile and practical technique used for service improvement and innovation. This technique allows you to clearly visualize your service processes and delivery from the customers’ point of view. The uniqueness of Service Blueprinting is the unrelenting focus on the customer as the center and foundation of your business towards service excellence.