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February 28 – 29: Nashville, Tennessee
The agriculture industry is embracing transparency and open dialogue as the means to communicate about everything that affects our day-to-day activities. That same spirit compels us to once again come together to share ideas and exchange information.
Bayer CropScience is proud to host Ag Issues Forum for the seventh consecutive year. This invitation-only event brings media together with thought-provoking ag professionals who are influencing our industry in unique ways. As a company we are committed to improving the health and well being of our communities and the planet through open dialogue and communication with diverse stakeholder audiences. This year’s Ag Issues Forum reflects this ongoing commitment; we hope you’ll find great value in this two-day event for the same reason.
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Bill Lapp (Advanced Economic Solutions)
Gawain Kripke (Oxfam)
Kai Robertson (BSR)
Suzy Friedman (Environmental Defense Fund)
Bob Meek (Wada Farms)
Lykele van der Broek (Bayer CropScience)
Dennis Treacy (Smithfield)
John Weinand (Wheat Grower – North Dakota)
Nancy Kavazanjian (Corn Grower – Wisconsin)
Aaron Hager (University of Illinois)
Mathias Kremer (Bayer CropScience)
Ryan Kirby (Cotton & Grain Producer – Louisiana)
Andrew Wargo III (Baxter Land Company)
Ryan Weeks (Corn Grower – Nebraska)
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Ag Issues Forum Agenda
Download the agenda for the 2012 Bayer CropScience Ag Issues Forum.
Find out who is participating in the 2012 Ag Issues Forum.
2012 Ag Issues Forum US Spokespersons and Topics.
2011 Ag Issues Forum
2011 AIF: Resources
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