“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.”
Aug. 17 in Mitchell at First Dakota Bank Community Room
SDARL Alumni will depart for Kentucky for 6-day excursion to Kentucky. It’s a great adventure learning about agriculture, bourbon, horses, and culture in the Bluegrass State!
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.”
Check out the SDARL Life Events Celebrations and Recognitions CONGRATULATIONS SDARL Family and welcome to the to the new additions! Click an image to scroll …
The Class XI Graduation Banquet and Fundraising Auction is set for March 25 in Fort Pierre at the Casey Tibbs Rodeo Center and Museum. We …
SDARL Class XI members were entertained and enlightened in Aberdeen and Milbank, South Dakota at the Agtegra Seminar on Rural Vitality and Entrepreneurs. The class …
Congratulations and welcome are in order for the addition of a Little family member. Yes, Little is capitalized because Derek Little (SDARL Class IX) and …
There is content here that requires an account to view. If you have an account, log in with the button below.
If you do not have an account, you can request access.
DON’T HAVE AN ACCOUNT? Request Access