Dunn Carney Ag Summit 2014 on January 10, 2014

Dunn Carney Ag Summit 2014 on January 10, 2014

This half-day summit presentations will begin at 8 AM.  Topics include:

  • Oregon Dept. of Agriculture
    Update from Katy Coba, Director of Oregon Dept. of Agriculture

  • Agri-Tourism-How Farm stands became a legal football (and how you can avoid being tackled)

Ty Wyman, Dunn Carney
Mike Brandt, Yamhill County Planning  Director
Andy Duyck, Washington County Chair
Matt Lisignoli, Central Oregon Pumpkin Co.

  • Water Resources in Oregon-Latest Developments

Kate Moore, Dunn Carney
Dr. Said Amali, Senior Managing Engineer at Integral Consulting, Inc.

  • Ag Easements: Threat or Opportunity?

Laysan Unger, Dunn Carney
Keith Unger, McCandless Ranch General Manager
Rick McMonagle, East Multnomah Soil & Water Conservation District Land Conservation Manager

  • Farm Labor and Immigration Reform Update

Tim Bernasek, Dunn Carney
Jeff Stone, Chair of Immigration Reform Coalition
Gail Greenman, Oregon Farm Bureau Director of National Affairs

 

  • Lunch/Keynote Speaker- Dr. Sherri Noxel, Director of the Austin Family Business Program at Oregon State University College of Business


The following are participating organizations for the 2014 Ag Summit:

  • Agri-Business Council of Oregon
  • Oregon Association of Nurseries
  • Oregon Cattlemen’s Association
  • Oregon Dairy Farmers Association
  • Oregon Farm Bureau Federation
  • Oregon Seed Council
  • Oregon State University College of Ag Sciences
  • Oregon State University Extension
  • Oregon Wheat Growers League
  • Oregon Women for Agriculture. 
  • Oregonians For Food and Shelter


A complimentary continental breakfast and lunch will be provided.  Register for the Ag Summit here.  You can also register for this event by sending an e-mail to Seminars(at)dunncarney.com.">Seminars(at)dunncarney.com.

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