“I’ve been through a lot of leadership courses, including the graduate school of banking, and the SDARL program, it’s a very in-depth dive, a very in-depth look at agriculture in our state, and gives you a much broader perspective both nationally and internationally.”
“The biggest benefit of the SDARL program for me has been the networking opportunities. I’ve had the opportunity to broaden my horizons across the agricultural world inside and outside of South Dakota.”
Holiday Inn, Rapid City and Civic Center Theatre Lobby
Learn the science about plant-based protein – What is the nutritional value? How does it taste? Join SDARL alumni and their guests on Friday, January 31 for an afternoon seminar on plant-based protein and hear from the experts! We’ll also be holding a reception that evening at the Black Hills Stock Show.
Agenda – all times are MT
2:00 pm – Don Norton, SDARL CEO, Welcome
2:05 pm – Amanda Blair, Professor & SDSU Extension Meat Science Specialist.
“What you Need to Know about Alternative Protein Products”
3:55 pm – Break
3:10 pm – Rick Husted, Vice President of Planning and Market Research for the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association (via Zoom).
“Consumer and Purchasing Trends to Alternative Protien Products”
4:00 pm – Taste testing
4:30 pm – Adjourn to Social/Reception at Stock Show
5:00 pm – 7:00 pm – Social/Reception at the Lobby of the Theater at the Civic Center. Enjoy the artwork and friendship!
You can sign up HERE.
Many graduates say that the biggest benefit of the program is belonging to the network of their classmates and graduates of the SDARL program. Some say they enjoyed learning of the broad scope of South Dakota agriculture. Some realized their potential as a communicator, and others grew in their knowledge of agriculture’s global footprint. Every graduate has said it is time well spent.
Click on the button below, then open the event you wish to attend. A registration form will be available where it says “click HERE to register.”
Ron Brownotter (SDARL VI graduate) and his family are featured in an article from Forum News Service and seen in the Duluth News Tribune. It’s …